So Kellyanne hit the airwaves Tuesday shortly after news of Comey's firing, and it only took minutes for CNN's Anderson Cooper to look at her like, "What the fuck is she talking about?" Or when Conway, more confusingly, asserted that MSNBC's Morning Joe exhibited sexist reporting when its hosts discussed Trump being upset with her, which was intel they said they received from Trump's transition team.
Conway tried to turn a conversation about Trump's hypocrisy into a celebration of his campaign's success in MI. Cooper asked, to which Conway answered: "I think you're looking at the wrong set of facts here". She also denied Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's accusation that Comey's firing was a "coverup" on the Russian Federation investigation. "All of a sudden the White House is concerned about James Comey's handling of Hillary Clinton's email?"
"Let's talk about the Democrats". Three whole votes on Judge Gorsuch, even though a dozen of them voted for him 11 short years ago to be a circuit court judge. They don't want our democracy and our government to work well.
At this point Cooper is barely holding it together, with Conway basically all like, "Let's not talk about the past, baby", and just repeating that this is all about restoring confidence in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The host had been questioning Conway about the dismissal, specifically because the surprising move was in direct contrast with the sentiments Trump expressed while on the campaign trail, where he often praised Comey's choice to reopen an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. He later rolled video showing Trump complimenting Comey's work, to which Conway averred that Cooper was "conflating two things that don't belong together".
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Conway, as she's wont to do, deflected by thanking Cooper for the "trip down memory lane".
Cooper countered: "So that person doesn't exist anymore?"
Cooper asked if that meant candidate Trump was a "fictional character we are no longer allowed to refer to".
"She's a spokesperson for the President of the United States of America". "Somebody must be getting $50 every time (Russia) is said on TV".