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During a Thursday interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, the counselor to the president defended President Trump’s travel ban related to seven majority-Muslim countries.
At one point, Conway made a reference to two Iraqi refugees whom she described as the masterminds behind “the Bowling Green massacre.” “Most people don’t know that because it didn’t get covered,” Conway said.
MADDOW: We're back with Kellyanne Conway, who is the first woman to ever be the campaign manager for a Republican presidential campaign. It's not an issue that I care to comment on, because I'm not a doctor. And I can just tell you what I see with my own two eyes which is I don't see someone who really enjoys campaigning the way he does. He's always reading, he's always thinking, he's always talking. MADDOW: Yes, but both you, here as his campaign and him talking about himself have made his physical vigor actually part of what he brings to the campaign, part of what he offers, and they've made it a contrast issue with Hillary Clinton.
It is her first presidential campaign management gig. I can only tell you about him, because I'm with him practically every day, which is, he keeps such a crazy, ridiculous pace for a man his age, that it's very difficult for the younger staffers, of which I'm not one, to keep up with him, Rachel. I mean, he called me yesterday and said, I need more rallies, are we doing a rally here? I'm like, you know, he doesn't just show up and do the rallies. But Hillary Clinton released a normal doctor's statement.
The Bowling Green massacre didn’t get covered because it didn’t happen.
There has never been a terrorist attack in Bowling Green, Ky., carried out by Iraqi refugees or anyone else.
CNN went first yesterday and Buzz Feed went second. CONWAY: I didn't say that you did but you linked to it in your story. CONWAY: Let me just tell you, Anderson, let’s back up. They’re now receiving -- COOPER: NBC has said it was not verbally presented and CNN never said it was verbally presented. officials with direct knowledge of the briefings tell CNN." CONWAY: Anderson, your sources are not correct.
I know CNN must be feeling the heat today of having a headline yesterday at around p.m. Four bylines and a story that's just not true that the president-elect was presented with this information that it was appended in a two-page document to the briefing. In fact, we said, CNN, in their reporting, based on multiple sources, said we don't know if it was verbally presented. And the fact is that -- (CROSSTALK) COOPER: So, you're saying in that intelligence briefing there was no information in any of the documents that -- of that two-page summary? Number one, we don't discuss the classified information that is presented in intelligence briefings -- COOPER: Well, you just said it wasn't true. CONWAY: Anderson, because CNN went first and had this breathless report, everybody said it was a bombshell, earth-shattering report last night.
(LAUGHTER) MADDOW: I know it feels like I'm never going to let you go. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever be elected to the presidency." And that's really funny, but as a doctor's letter, it's a little bit absurd. And we've actually contacted the doctor who wrote it to try to get some background.
As she reflected on Donald Trump’s November victory, she made clear that she hadn’t forgotten how people treated her back when they thought she was a sure loser.
Their attitude wasn’t one of outright rudeness or contempt; it was so much worse than that.
It was syrupy condescension—the smarmy, indulgent niceness of people who think they’re better than you.“ ‘Kellyanne works hard,’ ” Conway said, assuming the voice of her erstwhile sympathizers.
“ ‘We all love Kellyanne, but this is a fool’s errand.’ Or ‘She’s done a really nice job, she should hold her head high, but this is just happy talk’ … It was ‘We love her, but she’s full of shit.’ ”Conway flashed a wicked grin.