Kellyanne Conway Responds To ‘FAKE NEWS’ Stories That Transition Is In “CHAOS”

There is fake news out their all the time. Especially when it comes to Donald Trump and politics. Over and over the media told us that Trump’s campaign was one and done and yet here we are prepared to welcome him as the President of the United States. Now there is media out their saying that Trump’s transition team is in chaos.

In the meantime though cabinet appointments are being made, meetings are taking place and people are being considered for White House positions. But places like CNN, MSNBC, WAPO and the New York Times are still reporting the team to be in chaos.

Kellyanne Conway who is a top Donald Trump adviser addressed these propaganda fake news allegations. She pointed to the dishonest nature of the media and the falsehoods they are perpetuating.

She argued that the rumors of mayhem in the transition team are about as honest as the rumors and allegations that the Trump team had no path to victory. BOOM. Good point, considering they won the election.

It just goes to show you that you should never believe anything you hear and only half of what you see because you never really know what goes on behind closed doors. And for all intents and purposes it appears to be going well considering they have already appointed Priebus, Bannon and a CIA director.

Within the coming weeks it will not be at all surprising to see more and more cabinet positions such as Secretary of Defense, Secretary of State and more be filled. Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney are already being considered for some type of position.

Hopefully Americans will not believe all this phony journalism with the same passion that they came out to the polling booths and voting booths with. But only time will tell.

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