Kellyanne Conway Seems to have Gone Behind Trump’s Back to Trash Him to Mainstream Media

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Her program– which was her survival over all others, consisting of the president- became more and more transparent.

Although Sims explains her as the Presidents pit bull, he likewise describes her as a “leaker”, explaining how he was using Conways laptop at her ask for work functions and saw multiple continuous conversations in which Ms. Conway was bashing leading ranking members of the Trump administration including Jared Kushner, Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer, and Steve Bannon to press reporters from CNN, NYT, Politico, Bloomberg, and more.

As I enjoyed Kellyanne in operation over our time in the White House, my view of her sharpened. It became hard to look long at her without getting the sense that she was a cartoon bad guy brought to life.

Cliff Sims, Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House.

Cliff Sims, Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House.

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This is how one previous White House assistant Cliff Sims explains Trump senior counselor Kellyanne Conway, in his brand-new narrative, Team of Vipers: My 500 Extraordinary Days in the Trump White House..

If the Trump administration was the Titanic, as many outsiders regularly claimed, then Kellyanne seemed determined to play the function of the Unsinkable Molly Brown. She wasnt going to go down with this ship.

In excerpts acquired and launched in Vanity Fair today, Sims goes on to offer many examples of Ms. Conway bad-mouthing existing and previous top members of the Trump administration.

“She was an animation villain brought to life.”

Kellyanne was playing a double video game– putting a foot in both worlds– informing Trump and his advocates on Fox one thing, while bad-mouthing them to the “mainstream” media in personal. It didnt hurt matters with the latter group that her spouse, George, was an increasingly regular critic of the president on Twitter.