WATCH: MSNBC’s Ali Velshi Mocks Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Collusion’ Flashcards

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi decided to get in on all the jokes being made about Kellyanne Conway and her flashcards about the Russian collusion investigations.

Conway spoke with Sean Hannity last night in order to defend the White House in the ongoing controversy pertaining to Donald Trump Jr.. As part of her slams against the media and Trump critics, Conway brandished some flashcards to teach the audience some three-syllable words about why there’s nothing to the Russian collusion “delusion.”

Unfortunately, those flashcards are now a point of mockery across the Internet.

As Velshi co-anchored MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle, they held a discussion with Columbia Law professor Richard Briffault about whether Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian lawyer will also mean legal trouble for Jared Kushner. The panel talked about Conway’s sign at the top of the discussion, and eventually, Velshi brought out a sign of his own.

The three went on to debate whether the implications of Trump Jr.’s meeting met the legal standards for collusion or conspiracy to commit a crime. The discussion also touched on the investigation into whether there was any connection between the Trump digital campaign and the Russian bots spreading disinformation online throughout the election.

Watch above, via MSNBC.

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