R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Interviews with Trump aide Kellyanne Conway are often painful to watch.  She rarely answers the question she’s asked or – if she does – she surrounds it with such an avalanche of words that any partial answer gets completely lost.   She lies often and easily (or so it seems), and she has a habit of deflecting questions back onto the interviewer or, unbelievably at this late date, over onto Hillary Clinton.  But two nights ago on Late Night with Seth Myers, she still managed to say something face-palm worthy.  At one point, displeased with the audience reaction to something she said about Trump, Conway responded:

We have such disrespect, I guess I’m just astonished. I’m almost 50 years old and and I’m so astonished to hear people outwardly ridicule the office of the president and its current occupant.

And you know what?  For once, I agree with you, Kellyanne, the disrespect toward the current occupant is astonishing.  You might want to talk to your boss about that.

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And bonus, from right after the 2012 election, when Trump thought Mitt Romney had won the popular vote:

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3 thoughts on “R-E-S-P-E-C-T

  1. Arlene Ettinger January 12, 2017 / 1:58 pm

    Kelly Anne Conway is very skilled at her job
    It becomes unpleasant to hear her because of who she defends
    Trump needs to go back to kindergarten and learn all the basics of how to play nice with others
    Perpetual motion

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    • Allen Hubener January 13, 2017 / 10:55 am

      I am floored at the ignorance and the lack of concern that people have towards indisputable and documented lies and inconsistencies. Politicians are certainly know for stretching the truth, but this is blatant and instead of the usual backtracking we get a denial that printed statements ever happened. It is truly unreal.

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      • thefaithlesselector January 13, 2017 / 11:27 am

        I completely agree. I was just saying last night, even if people don’t trust media fact checking of him, Trump disproves his own comments by saying one thing – on camera – and then saying the exact opposite thing – on camera – a few hours later or the next day. And then he denies he ever said the first thing! But his fans still hail him for “telling it like it is”

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