Kellyanne Conway does it again. She speaks the truth to MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and explains why people who can’t handle Trump as the winner and next president, should just shut up about it and move on.
Thursday evening, as MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviewed Conway, she noted that the “incendiary rhetoric” propagated by the staunchest Clinton holdouts, former campaign spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri, are leading to death threats, when Palmieri stated Trump’s campaign gave a platform to White Supremacists and empowered the White National movement.
Anytime I defend myself against these specious allegations that are now leading to death threats — so I really resent it,” she told Matthews. “Anytime I try to respond, I’m seen as ungracious. Why are we sore winners? I’m not a sore winner, I’m a winner. My guy’s a winner. He’s the next president of the United States.”
Conway added, that “This has to stop, this incendiary rhetoric of people who just can’t admit that they lost.”
“They have to stop, because it’s causing a lot of angst.”
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