FOX NEWS REPORTER: Kellyanne Conway Punched Man in Face at Inaugural Ball

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Gasparino

There are various news stories flying around the internet today about an incident that allegedly took place at an inaugural ball on Friday night in Washington DC.

The person who gave the story life is the same man who says he saw it all unfold.

Charles Gasparino is a reporter for the Fox News Channel and a writer for the Wall Street Journal.

Below is the account he gives on a Facebook post published on Monday:

“re-posting this because there are some erroneous reports out there on the inaugural incidents–More detail on my post trump inaugural fun and games: first met my pal Scott baio outside the victory ball. We said hello when a bunch of anarchist thugs began to descend on us screaming “hey Chachi are u fascist?” One made an aggressive move toward us i shoved him away and he said “touch me again u little prick and I’ll smack u” my response: “GFY asshole” that’s when my producer Brian Schwartz intervened and crisis was averted. Part two was even more insane: inside the ball we see a fight between two guys in tuxes and then suddenly out of nowhere came trump adviser Kellyanne Conway who began throwing some mean punches at one of the guys. Whole thing lasted a few mins no one was hurt except maybe the dude she smacked. Now I know why trump hired her. Btw I exaggerate none of this.
-cg”

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