Kellyanne Conway — the third campaign manager for Donald Trump who took the underdog effort from floundering confusion to the heights of political victory this year — has just about had it with you and your PC safe space childish protests.
Conway appeared on Hannity Wednesday night to discuss the wave of anti-Trump sentiment that has arisen in communities in this country, specifically college students who — in some places — are receiving class credit or special treatment in the aftermath of the shocking election results.
Conway pulled no punches.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 17, 2016
“We’re treating these adolescents and Millennials like precious snowflakes,” she told host Sean Hannity.
“What’s the worst that can happen to these Millennials?” Conway continued. “That Donald Trump will make good on his promise to create 25 million news jobs?”
Interestingly, the above clip also contains a subtle reference to that fact the her candidate may not be holding on to a longstanding campaign promise after all; while rattling off the things that the Trump administration will accomplish, she notably included, “…he’ll get rid of the Obamacare penalty on day one so that you’re not forced to buy government-run healthcare,” a far cry from the candidate’s easily-branded repeal-and-replace rhetoric.
Watch above via the Washington Examiner.
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