Things got pretty testy Friday morning when President Donald Trump threatened to end all daily White House press briefings because “it is not possible” for his staff to speak with “perfect accuracy” to the American public. Yes, you read that correctly.
The best thing about FBI Director James Comey’s firing is that it brought Kellyanne Conway back, and I can’t lie: I’ve missed her. Sean “Spicy Facts” Spicer has gotten a bit better at dodging questions about this dodgy-ass administration, but Conway is pure.
I’m not sure why Kellyanne “Rick James” Conway can’t keep her feet off the couch, but it seems these day that she’s also unable to keep her foot out of her mouth.
Whenever Patti LaDanielle (aka The Root’s social-content producer, and our podcast co-host, Danielle Young) and I talk hip-hop—like, real hip-hop—I have a tendency to throw on my hip-hop voice, which includes a faux New York accent and a whole lot of “yos” and “sons” and “gods.”
There is an old African proverb that has been passed down from the ancestors through generations of black people that goes like this: “Never trust anyone who lets people put their feet on the couch.”
A photo showing White House adviser Kellyanne Conway with her damn feet up on the couch in the Oval Office during a meeting Donald Trump had with HBCU leaders went viral Monday, and now Conway is offering an apology to those she may have offended.
I’m rooting for Kellyanne Conway, and here’s why: She’s great! She’s out front spouting foolishness for this low-budget, bootleg administration, and I believe two things about her that won’t change: She’s fearless and she clearly is overmatched on every television appearance she makes, and she won’t stop.
I think one of the reasons I keep getting thrown for a loop with this administration is that I believed there was some ethical guideline of accountability that President Asshat would abide by. Like at some point, something remotely presidential would kick in and maybe he would stop trolling America on Twitter and…
I just can’t get the image out of my head, and since I can’t, you shouldn’t be able to, either. The above photo is of Kellyanne Conway at President Asshat’s inauguration. The picture below is of the fashion-forward Paddington Bear.
Either top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is becoming a kinder and gentler version of herself or CNN’s Jake Tapper just handed Conway her hat. Appearing on the news channel that President Donald Trump officially considers “fake news,” Conway apologized and expressed remorse for citing a phony massacre and…
“In his first two weeks, President Trump has sought to project the image of a new leader moving quickly to enact his agenda,” David Nakamura and Abby Phillip reported Sunday for the Washington Post.
Do you remember when words meant things?
Inept fabulist and Counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway continued her campaign of foisting verifiably false information onto members of the press yesterday when she claimed a terrorist attack had taken place in Bowling Green. Now she’s the butt of a great many jokes on Facebook.
It isn’t funny. Thousands of fictional people lost their lives! Fictional families are still in mourning trying to pick up the fictional pieces that have been scattered since the fictional Bowling Green Massacre!
The White House is reportedly giving CNN the cold shoulder and will no longer send spokespeople or surrogates on the air with the network, freezing it out from on-air administration voices, Politico reports.
I should have known Kellyanne Conway couldn’t be trusted when it became all too apparent that she couldn’t be bothered to place trust in a comb before appearing on national television.
Donald Trump and his squad remind me of that old ’90s classic by En Vogue. The hook goes something like this: “Lies. Lies. Using lies as alibis. Lies. Lies. Just the devil in disguise.”
In one of the least shocking moves since Donald Trump won the presidency, his transition team announced Thursday that the outspoken, and often misguided, Kellyanne Conway will join the president-elect's most trusted inner circle as the counselor to the president.