Politics Kellyanne Conway: I was just joking when I said James Comey "Swung An Election"

22:36  16 april  2018
22:36  16 april  2018 Source:   The Daily Beast

Comey won't answer whether US would have been better off if Clinton had won

  Comey won't answer whether US would have been better off if Clinton had won Former FBI Director James Comey on Thursday said he couldn't answer whether the country would be better off if Hillary Clinton had defeated President Trump in the 2016 election. "That hypothetical is too hard for me to go back in time and answer," Comey said on CNN's "The Lead.""I think we have the current president who was - in my view was legitimately elected, is serving as president," Comey said. "The question is, is he adher"That hypothetical is too hard for me to go back in time and answer," Comey said on CNN's "The Lead.

As White House advisers go, Kellyanne Conway is about as kick-butt as we’ve seen at 1600 Pennsylvania in quite some time. This is someone who reportedly broke up a fight at an inaugural ball by punching one of the participants What do you think James Comey will say in his testimony?

Kellyanne Conway said Donald Trump’s decision to fire James Comey Tuesday had nothing to do with the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election .

Kellyanne Conway smiling for the camera © REUTERS/Leah Millis In an interview with Good Morning America Monday, senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway turned heads when she said former FBI Director James Comey “swung an election” with the actions he took in 2016. The remarks appeared to undercut a main talking point pushed by Conway’s boss, President Donald Trump, that Hillary Clinton lost on her own incompetence as a candidate. And moments after the interview aired, Conway told The Daily Beast that she was being tongue-in-cheek. “I rolled my eyes and said really, this guy swung an election? It was sarcastic,” she said. Elsewhere in the interview, Conway accused Comey ofbeing motivated by politics and love of power. She said that Comey “struggled to answer basic questions and he looked a little shaky.” When George Stephanopoulos told Conway that Comey took Trump’s comment calling Michael Flynn “a good guy” to be “directions” to drop the investigation, she replied that Comey did nothing about it. “What did he do with it? Did he run out and tell the attorney general, ‘Please come in here, I feel uncomfortable?’” Conway said. “This man loved being in the proximity of power... until he got fired and wrote a book.” When asked if she knew what President Trump thought of the interview, she said: “The president is very confounded that this person is always able to divert the spotlight to him... He was a very deft way of making things about him.”

Kellyanne Conway won't say Rod Rosenstein's job is safe

  Kellyanne Conway won't say Rod Rosenstein's job is safe White House counselor Kellyanne Conway refused to say Monday whether Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will keep his job during special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation."Can you assure (the American people) that Rosenstein is safe in this job so there's less turnover and less tumult on something as sensitive as this investigation? Is he safe or not?" CNN "New Day" co-anchor Chris Cuomo asked. "The President makes the decisions around here. You want to say, 'Kellyanne struggles to answer the question' ... Is your job safe at CNN? How do you know that?" Conway replied.

The White House Just Said Something About Trump And James Comey That Will Shock America (VIDEO). Earlier this morning, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway proved to everyone just how crappy it is to work for Trump when she tried to defend his latest irresponsible tweets, and failed

The White House Just Said Something About Trump And James Comey That Will Shock America (VIDEO). And it turns out, Trump’s meltdown is far from over – and he’s making “alternative fact” advisor Kellyanne Conway do his dirty work.

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The Latest: Comey: It's possible Russians compromised Trump .
Former FBI Director James Comey says he thinks it's possible that President Donald Trump might be compromised by the Russians. In an interview with ABC News that aired Sunday night, the fired FBI chief says he could not discount the possibility that Russia might have something on the president. Comey made the remarks to ABC News as he promoted his new book.10:30 p.m.

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