Kellyanne Conway Accuses Anderson Cooper Of 'Sexism' Over THAT Epic Eye Roll!

Kari Scott
Мая 12, 2017

In case you missed the moment, the CNN host had Donald Trump's minion on his show to talk the firing of (now former) Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, and well, he rolled his eyes at her!

"But previously, as a candidate, Donald Trump was saying that was the right thing", Anderson said to Conway Tuesday following former FBI Director James Comey's firing.

The eye-roll, which quickly went viral on Twitter, came after Cooper played soundbites in which Trump praised Comey on the campaign trail past year. In one particular exchange, Cooper had Conway listen to several clips of candidate Donald Trump praising Comey on the campaign trail past year. "I was on your show often last fall saying we were going to win MI and how we were going to do it, so that was fun".

If you missed Anderson Cooper's epic eyeroll in real time, don't worry - its long afterlife as an iconic GIF has just begun.

"The idea that you think that this was about Russian Federation and not about a FBI director who just yesterday forced his bureau to correct sworn testimony to the Senate Judicial Committee, where he said Huma Abedin had this practice, she had forwarded quote 'hundreds of thousands of emails, '" she said.

The "wrong set of facts" remark is reminiscent of one of Conway's most famous lines, when she insisted in January that disagreements over the crowd size between the administration and reports at President Trump's inauguration were due to "alternative facts".

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Conway clearly did not agree and fired back.

The once ubiquitous Trump spokeswoman has been keeping a decidedly low profile in recent months - so much so that "Saturday Night Live" did a skit last week asking "Where in the World is Kellyanne Conway?". "I can name many people in that same situation", Conway told Cooper.

When confronted by BuzzFeed about her support of a white nationalist, she claimed she didn't do it and didn't know who did.

"Let me tell you something". It will be immediately deleted. Or when Conway, more confusingly, asserted that MSNBC's Morning Joe exhibited sexist reporting when its hosts discussed Trump being upset with her, which was intel they said they received from Trump's transition team.

Conway also earlier this year talked about the fictional "Bowling Green massacre" during an interview. Clinton, as well as her allies and supporters, have said on multiple occasions that Comey's bombshell announcement, along with Russia's interference, cost her the election.

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