Kellyanne Conway Just PISSED OFF Hillary Clinton With Perfect Kick In Her Pantsuit

Kellyanne Conway is the incoming White House counselor and she recently spoke out in defense of President-elect Donald Trump and his campaign. Many have attempted to delegitimize Donald Trump’s campaign through allegations of undue influence by James Comey, Wikileaks, Huma Abedin, Russia and more. But Conway set that straight when she insisted the campaign did not need WikiLeaks to convince the American public that Hillary Clinton was not the candidate they should vote for.

She stated the following on Sunday’s CNN segment of “The State of the Union,”

“We didn’t need WikiLeaks to convince the American people that they didn’t like her, didn’t trust her, didn’t find her to be honest. The alleged attacks, alleged aspirations to interfere with our democracy failed.”

Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange published on their website stolen emails from John Podesta who was Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. As well as emails from the Democratic National Committee. But Assange has insisted that Russia had no impact or influence with the emails he published. They were not related in any fashion.

This past Friday the United States intelligence community published a report where it stated they found that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered a campaign of influence in an attempt to get Donald Trump elected as president. However, the report did not indicate what if any influence was had and the type.

Clearly Democrats are still incapable of admitting they simply had a bad candidate who did not reach the right people. President Obama and Vice President Biden have at least marginally acknowledged their failure to reach the angered middle class the way that Donald Trump did. It is nice to know that people like Kellyanne Conway are quick to jump to the defense of Donald Trump and his administration from the hypocritical attacks from the left.

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