If Only Kellyanne Conway Sold Access To The White House!Chris Menahan
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Kellyanne Conway is being dragged through the mud for flippant comments she made Thursday morning suggesting people should buy Ivanka Trump's clothing line in response to Nordstrom pulling her merchandise from their store.
If Conway was a seasoned politician, she'd know she should be setting up "The Conway Foundation" and selling access to the White House in exchange for "million dollar birthday checks" and other donations from Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
From The Hill:
The two top lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee on Thursday called on the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) to recommend disciplinary action against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway for publicly promoting Ivanka Trump's clothing line.
Conway provoked controversy earlier Thursday when, in a Fox News appearance, she urged viewers to "go buy Ivanka's stuff" in response to retailer Nordstrom dropping the clothing after citing poor sales. Conway called her comments, which came after the president sent an angry tweet aimed at Nordstrom, a "free commercial."Leftists who were fine with Hillary Clinton selling access in exchange for donations to the Clinton Foundation -- which has become ever more clear as their donations are now drying up and employees are being laid off, despite "the great work" they supposedly do -- are now freaking out over this flub and acting like Conway is a criminal who should be imprisoned next to Bernie Madoff.
Fortunately, Conway said Thursday night on FOX News Trump is behind her 100 percent.
"At some point, I hope American women work for a boss that treats them the way President Trump treated me today," she said.
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