In a final interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, Donald Trump‘s camapign Kellyanne Conway lamented the lack of support from the “republican infrastructure” throughout the campaign.
“We didn’t have the full support of the republican infrastructure,” Conway said. She added, “It would really be too bad if we win narrowly and it’s not because of the democrats or this, that, or the other, it’s because we have former Presidents not voting for us. Former nominees not voting for us. And that’s got to hurt.”
Conway seemed to be responding to the news reported first by The New York Times that former President George W. Bush and former first lady Laura Bush abstained from the Presidential race, casting votes only for down ballot candidates.
“When you talk about growing the party, the idea was growing it, but having that base together,” Conway said. “I think that’s unfortunate.”
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