Conway Is Having A Blast With Obama’s Rumored Unhappiness About Hillary Clinton’s ‘Soulless Campaign’

Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway is getting a kick out of former President Barack Obama’s new biography, which claims he blamed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential election loss on her “soulless campaign,” and she made sure to crack a joke at her boss’ predecessor’s expense.

The New York Times Chief White House Correspondent Peter Baker recently released a book called “Obama: The Call of History” in which he details the former president’s reaction to his secretary of state’s shocking loss to President Trump. According to the book, Obama took it as a “personal insult.”

On Friday, Kellyanne Conway took to Twitter to share a report on the book and couldn’t resist taking a jab at Clinton and Obama.

“More trouble in paradise,” she wrote. “Former President Barack Obama was unhappy with Hillary Clinton and her failed ‘soulless campaign’ in 2016, saying he saw her loss as a ‘personal insult.’”

As Baker wrote, Obama thought there was “no way Americans would turn on him” and that “[h]is legacy, he felt, was in safe hands.” He reportedly faulted Clinton’s “scripted, soulless campaign” for not turning his presidency and legacy into a winning message for voters.

Here is an excerpt from the book that explains his astonishment: “Obama may not have been on the ballot, but it was hard not to see the vote as a ‘personal insult,’ as he had called it on the campaign trail. ‘This stings,’ [Obama] said. ‘This hurts.’”

Baker also claims that he was stunned that the public “decided to replace him with a buffoonish showman whose calling cards had been repeated bankruptcies, serial marriages and racist dog whistles.” He also claims the former president kept a cool demeanor in public but sounded off about Donald Trump’s win in private.

After once seething to his former speechwriter Ben Rhodes, who told him that Trump “peddles in bulls**t,” he allegedly said, “Maybe that’s the best we can hope for.”

Kellyanne Conway Tears Into Chris Wallace After ‘Inappropriate’ Question:’What Are You, Oprah Now?’

Kellyanne Conway snapped at Chris Wallace, “Fox News Sunday” host, over what she deemed an “inappropriate” question about the state of her marriage.

Attorney George Conway is a vocal critic of President Trump as he called him, among other things, a narcissist and claimed that he’s “unfit for office” — but what makes his criticisms of particular interest to many in the mainstream media is the fact that he is married to White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway.

Wallace brought up several of George’s recent tweets during a Sunday morning interview with Kellyanne Conway, while also mentioning the President’s response to the attacks.

“I don’t want you to fight,” Wallace explained. “I guess the question I have to ask, bottom line, final question, has this hurt your marriage?”

Conway immediately snapped back, calling his question “inappropriate.”

“What are you, Oprah now? What, am I on a couch and you are a psychiatrist? I think it’s a really inappropriate question, and here’s why. That’s the line over which nobody should have crossed. So, if you want to talk about policy issues, policy disagreement, the fact that George Conway, my husband, would prefer that I not work in the White House, I guess you can ask those questions.”

“The president has weighed in, I’ve weighed in as modestly as I can. But now you’re asking a very personal question and I would say to you, you should go ask it of many people. I see messy lives living in glass houses all over both cities in which I live.”

“I’m surprised that people would ask that question,” Conway continued. She went on to call out few other media personalities who had asked many similar questions regarding the state of her marriage, saying, “I have seen homewreckers on TV as marital experts all of a sudden. It’s very amusing to me but I think people knew they crossed the line when they’re talking about people’s marriages.”

“My family has a right to their private life also,” Conway concluded. “I have children who are 14, 14, 11 and nine. And the reason it gets so much coverage, particularly by the mainstream media, is because George Conway now agrees with them.”

Wallace ended the segment with an apology. “As I said, I’m not comfortable asking it, it is what people are talking about,” he said. “If I offended you, I’m sorry.”

Kellyanne Conway Insists For A Big Name Resignation After Mueller Report

This Monday, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway called on California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff to after the release of Robert Mueller’s Russia report.

Conway appeared on “Fox & Friends” and stated that, “When you’re talking about collusion and talking to Russia, and conspiracies and obstruction of justice for two years with no proof other than people leaking to you or you just, you just guffawing with the anchor next to you and fake lawyers on TV and the journalists who are pretending to be lawyers for that moment.”

“You’re calling us all … You’re saying that we did not win fairly and squarely,” said Conway.

“You in fact running around jutting your jaw out and saying ‘I’m worried about the effect of institutions.’ You were disparaging the institutions. You were demeaning and deriding our great democracy — The presidency of the United States. Adam Schiff should resign,” she continued.

“He has no right as somebody who has been pedaling a lie day after day after day. Unchallenged. Unchallenged and not under oath. Somebody should have put him under oath and said, ‘Do you have evidence? Where is it?’ Because Bob Mueller already ran the fair and the full investigation. And any partisan, politicized investigation from here on in will never have the credibility of the Mueller investigation.” she added.

On Sunday, Attorney General William Barr delivered his report on the Mueller probe to Congress and wrote that President Trump and his campaign team did not collude with any Russian entities during the election. Barr also said there was no evidence to suggest that the President obstructed justice.

Conway also stated that the media has gotten away with being overly biased and has yet to pay for their mistakes with Russia and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“There is not a single person in the media who got the 2016 elections so chronically and embarrassingly wrong [and] lost their jobs. And they probably won’t here, too.”

Look what they did to Brett Kavanaugh. The second most popular story in the Trump presidency was the Russian collusion fake hoax nonsense. The most covered stories I read last night in a condensed period of time was Brett Kavanaugh,” she said earlier in the interview.

“And they treated him the same way. That is a microcosmic version of what they tried to do to President Trump and his campaign and his family for the last two years. It’s a drive-by. They abandoned all standards, all personal ethics, all professional duty.”

“Do you realize major papers in this country won Pulitzer prizes over their reporting over something that is totally fake? Over 13,000 stories combined by two major print outlets and two major cable stations not named Fox News. And as somebody who engages with those people [as] much as I can, and tries to get out there, we were basically were being told we were liars.”

Kellyanne Conway Explains Why The US Is Facing a ‘Humanitarian Security Crisis’ Not a ‘Constitutional Crisis’ After Trump’s Veto

On Saturday, President’s counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on the Fox News program “Watters’ World” and clarified why the United States is facing a “humanitarian security crisis” at the Southern border and not a “constitutional crisis” following President Trump’s first veto Friday.

Conway spoke to host Jesse Watters ad claimed that the national emergency declaration at the border with Mexico was not a “constitutional crisis” but in fact a “national security crisis.”

“This is not a constitutional crisis, it’s a national security crisis at our border. That’s what I would call 76,000 migrant aliens being apprehended in February of this year, alone.” said Kellyanne Conway.

Kellyanne Conway was referencing the data by the United States Customs and Border Protection published in March, which reported that there were more than 76,000 migrants caught crossing the border illegally in February of this year.

Earlier this month CBP Commissioner Kevin McAleenan spoke to reporters and claimed that the situation at the Southern border was reaching a “breaking point.”

Conway went on to say that “Congress and the courts have fallen down on the job” in regards to securing the Southern border and called on Congress to “undo” the National Emergencies Act from 1976 before taking a shot at lawmakers on the Hill by saying they “don’t have the guts to do that.”

The President’s counselor then claimed that the situation at the border was a “humanitarian security crisis.”

Kellyanne Conway’s remarks come one day after the first veto of Donald Trump’s presidency, where the president struck down the congressional resolution of disapproval to block his national emergency declaration.

During the Oval Office ceremony, President Donald Trump stated that while “Congress [had] the freedom to pass this resolution,” the president had “the duty to veto it.”

Twelve GOP senators – which included Rand Paul (R-Ky.), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and others – broke with the president and voted with Senate Democrats to block Trump’s national emergency declaration.

On March 26, the House is expected to vote again on the resolution in an attempt to override the veto, however, it’s very unlikely they will have enough support to reach the two-thirds necessary to do so.

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