MSNBC host suggests everyone should ban Kellyanne Conway from interviews

In an interview with Variety Magazine, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski advised media outlets to ban Kellyanne Conway, the current counselor to President Donald Trump, from interviews.

“I feel, even more so, that everyone should ban her,” Brzezinski said in the interview, according to The Hill.

Brzezinski’s comment was referencing the February announcement that Conway was essentially “banned” from the television show, “Morning Joe.”

“I’m surprised that these little acrobatic games are played with her on live national television. I think it denigrates what we do,” Brzezinski said. “It’s clear she doesn’t bring anything to the table. It’s clear she doesn’t know exactly what she’s talking about. It’s clear she’s making it up as she goes along.”

The television host went on to mock Conway, saying the only valuable information she has ever given was on microwaves. This was in reference to Conway telling a newspaper that there are “microwaves that turn into cameras.”

“Now, my microwave is named Kellyanne,” Brzezinski joked. “[E]very time I open it, which is frequently because I don’t cook, I say, ‘Thank you, Kellyanne!’”

The Hill reports Brzezinski then turned to the audience and said, “But no, quite seriously, it’s unbelievable she has this job … and what it says about this presidency that she has this job.”

Brzezinski is the daughter of Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was President Jimmy Carter’s national security adviser from 1977 to 1981.

According to The Hill, Brzezinski, along with co-host Joe Scarborough, have a decent relationship with President Trump, who last appeared on “Morning Joe” in May of 2016.

H/T: The Hill

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