Kellyanne Conway Gleefully Bashes Hillary Over Trump Voter Diss: ‘Stop Pretending You’re a Feminist’


Kellyanne Conway was practically jumping out of her shoes, Thursday morning on Fox & Friends to talk about Hillary Clinton.

With Clinton under fire this week for comments in which she slammed Trump voters, the counselor to President Donald Trump was positively giddy as she invoked the former Secretary of State.

“Look how many people revolted in 2016 against that woman who lost the campaign whose name I never say on TV anymore,” Conway said. “She lost the election because they saw her as somebody who had special privileges, somebody who didn’t play by the rules and there wasn’t fairness that applied. They were quickly reminded this week why they made a great choice in 2016.”

Conway, of course, went on to mention Clinton’s name just one minute later. She then zeroed in on Clinton’s remark that married white women felt pressure from their husbands and others to vote Republican.

“Let me tell you something, lady,” Conway said. “The idea that I, or other women like me have to ask our husbands how to vote, it’s really a joke. Particularly since — I won’t say her name, but I’ll appeal to you directly — particularly since this country knows who you are, first and foremost, because of who you married. And so stop pretending you’re a feminist, you’re for equality, you’re for fairness for women, and then running around accusing us of checking with our husbands and significant others before we vote.”

Conway added, “But you know what? Keep rolling the tape. So many Democrats want her to stop. So many Republicans want her to continue.”

Watch above, via Fox News.

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