Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor, was featured in an interview on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday morning.
Conway said that there is a “huge disconnect” between what’s important to Americans and what the “media are telling Americans is important to them.”
She continued to call out the media for their “scant coverage” of connecting the message from President Trump and the passing of a bill to streamline the process for veterans appealing disability claims.
She went on to discuss what President Trump is focusing on right now, including…
- A new strategy in Afghanistan
- Border security
- Kate’s Law
- A new law to help veterans appeal claims at the VA
Conway continued, “Yesterday, the president beseeched the nation to unify, to appeal to our better angels, our higher purposes, the things that bind us together as Americans. [He said] we’re all on the same team. That got scant coverage. This has become opinion commentary disguised as reporting,”
After Tuesday’s rally in Phoenix, former director of national intelligence James Clapper sad, “Trump’s behavior was “extremely disturbing.” He went on to question whether Trump is fit for office.
In response, Conway said that Clapper’s comments were “way over the line” and “absurd.”
She also attacked others on TV for “playing armchair psychiatrist.”
Conway concluded by saying, “I’m old enough to remember when news stations reported the news and didn’t just have a parade of pundits rendering their opinions and conjecturing.”
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