White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway slipped into a reporter Thursday, criticizing the way she does her job and how she behaves as a young woman.
The interview came from an article by Caitlin Yilek of the Washington Examiner on Conway and her husband George, who became an outspoken critic of Donald Trump on Twitter and routinely questioned his suitability for the presidency.
"You're really in places," Conway tells Yilek. "Let me tell you something from a powerful woman – don't pull the nonsense where you try to undermine another woman based on who she is married to. He gets his strength through me if you haven't noticed."
When reached for comment, Conway told Fox News that she would "respond soon" to the story.
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her husband continues his sharp criticism. The two seem to mostly avoid criticizing each other, though in July Conway told Fox News that she "completely disagreed" with the option her husband wrote her.
In October, George Conway called a bit of an awkward moment. "someone" from President Trump's team to stop him. "Someone on this running train has to pull the emergency brake. Who will it be?" he asked, criticizing Trump's mental state.
The White House adviser also appeared to tell Yilek that the White House would "cover" her privacy, as Yilek did with Conways.
"So, listen, if you're going to cover my privacy, if you're going to cover my privacy, then we're welcome to do the same here. If this has nothing to do with my job not doing it, then this is obvious, then we will either "expect you to cover everyone's privacy, or we will start covering them here," she said.
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During the conversation, Yilek repeatedly offered to speak to Kellyanne Conway, but spoke to Kellyanne Conway repeatedly. . Instead, she looked at Yilek with questions as to why the reporter said she was caught in the middle of a conflict between her husband and her boss.
"When I was young and starting out in my career, I was in business with friends. And I worked super hard. Maybe you would put that in paragraph 2. But I'm not caught in the middle of everything except to try to find out someone whose headline violates a news reporter, what that means, "said the White House adviser.
After Yilek offered her editor again, Kellyanne Conway continued to question her. "I would say [inaudible] that you have no answer when asked why you characterize one's feelings, you have never talked to that person. If you have any degree in psychology [inaudible]."
"know that it characterizes your feelings to say that you are in the middle if your spouse and boss attack each other," said Jelek.
During the conversation, Conway claimed that the president had not addressed his husband for months, Trump famously called George Conway a "husband of hell" in March and claimed he was jealous of his wife's success.
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Part of the call involves Conway asking how Yilek did his job. "Okay, then let's talk about your job. What's your job right? Is it your job to rely on derivative reporting without picking up the phone and trying to ask questions or write the right things?" she asked.
"In other words, you characterize me as being caught in the middle of something I am not caught in the middle of. So why would you do that? You are an expert in my marriage? You are an expert in my work? Are you an expert in the way the White House works? Are you an expert on Twitter? I mean, what exactly are you an expert on the subject that could tell you to characterize the way I feel? "