Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, braved hostile territory when she visited the set of ‘The View’ today and quarreled with Whoopi Goldberg over what’s ‘nasty’ – Hillary Clinton’s tactics or those of the GOP nominee.
‘Let me tell you what’s nasty!’ Conway interjected, when Goldberg suggested Trump’s behavior had hurt people. ‘Nasty is Hillary Clinton’s endless,’ she continued, being interrupted by Goldberg several times. ‘There are tens of millions of dollars in negative advertising as we sit here from Hillary Clinton,’ she said, finally getting her sentence out.
Whoopi Goldberg does not like to let people speak when she doesn’t like what they’re saying and that was clear on The View.
The Daily Mail reports,
Conway was killed with kindness by ‘The View’s’ co-host Joy Behar, who called the campaign manager a ‘nice girl, this is a nice Italian girl,’ Behar said, before labeling her ‘delusional’ for saying she wasn’t concerned about Trump’s rhetoric on nukes.
With less than a week to go before voters head to the polls, both campaigns are sending their campaign managers to talk to the women of ‘The View’ this week.
Conway went first with Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, appearing on the daytime talk show tomorrow.
Trump’s campaign manager started the segment by talking about the tightening of the presidential race in polling that’s been taken over the past few days.
‘So many people should not have been getting their inaugural ball gowns and popping the campaign corks prematurely because you have to respect people, you have to give the American people a chance to exercise their choice and express their voice,’ she began.
Conway suggested that voters didn’t like being told that Clinton’s win was a done-deal.
Conway pointed to traditionally blue states that Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine are visiting, suggesting that Trump’s strength is pushing them there.
‘And we’re loving the ABC News poll,’ the said to ‘The View’ co-hosts, as the shows airs on ABC.
The ABC News/Washington Post national tracking poll had Trump 1 point ahead yesterday.
Today Trump and Clinton were tied.
‘Suddenly, you love the media now too right,’ Goldberg jumped in, saying the sentence with snark.
‘Well, I’ve always been pro-media,’ Conway replied.
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