Kellyanne Conway Swipes at White House Castoffs: We’ve Had ‘Too Many of the Wrong People’

Having survived for the first 18 months of President Donald Trump‘s administration, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is part of an ever-shrinking constituency of those who’ve been there since Day One. And just like any reality show contestant who makes it past so many elimination rounds, Conway now seems to be rubbing it in the faces of those she’s outwitted, outplayed, and outlasted.

In an interview with Eric Bolling for his show on CRTV, Conway took a veiled swipe at the many White House castaways.

“The sheer velocity and volume at which this president operates is mind numbing,” Conway said. “It’s a difficult pace for many to keep up with. Look at how many people no longer work here, for example.”

Bolling asked Conway if she believes the turnover is a problem. Conway smirked and said, “No, not at all.”

“We don’t need too many people,” she said. “We certainly don’t need too many of the wrong people. I think it’s a much more sophisticated, streamlined operation with fewer people.”

Nope, she’s not here to make friends.

Watch above, via CRTV.

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