Special counselor to President Trump, Kellyanne Conway, appeared on CNN’s ‘New Day’ for nearly an hour Monday morning to defend her allied administration against the network.
Conway asserted during her interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo that the mainstream media network spends more time talking about Russia than they talk about the U.S.A.
Conway also pointed out the high number of reports his network has aired about alleged “collusion” between the Russians and the Trump campaign.
In return, Cuomo defended his network and argued that CNN does talk about other issues: “We talk about healthcare,we talk about the jobs, we had the VA secretary here… Kellyanne, look–”
“Have you seen the polls?” Conway asked. “That show the American people want the media to move on from Russia and cover things that actually affect them.”
“Look the people in the eyes that you grew up with in Astoria, [Queens] and I grew up with in South Jersey… and tell them that right now you are telling them everything President Trump is doing for them? $100 million for apprenticeship programs.”
“My conscience is clean, my mission is clear. I cover what I think matters to people. I test power, and I take the consequences every damn day,” Cuomo defended.
His brother is the Democratic Governor of New York.
CNN also failed to apologize to Conway after one of their producers was caught on camera claiming Conway looks like a “woman who was hit in the face with a shovel.”
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