Presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway, in a heated interview Monday with CNN's Chris Cuomo, said President Donald Trump thinks former FBI Director James Comey is "engaging in revisionist history" in his new book and in an interview Sunday night. "Jim Comey loves to be in the center of power," Conway told Cuomo, during the course of a half-hour interview that began on CNN's "New Day" and ran over for 15 minutes on to the network's following program. "He loves to divert the spotlight to himself and be in the center of power," she added. "The president is correcting the record because there were two people involved in the conversations. If he objected to anything witnessed in his limited few meetings with President Trump, he should have said so." Conway's comments referred to an Oval Office meeting February 2017. During the meeting, first reported by The New York Times in May of that year, Trump asked the then-FBI director to let this go, referring to the investigation … [Read more...] about Conway: Trump Thinks Comey Pushing ‘Revisionist History’
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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, hinted that special counsel Robert Mueller may never file a final report about the Russia investigation ― and if he does, the public might never see it. In yet another raucous and lengthy appearance with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Conway casually dropped an aside that implied the long-awaited report on Russian collusion and other issues related to the 2016 election might not be completed. “Let’s see if there’s a report to even discuss,” Conway said on Tuesday. Cuomo said Americans want the report. “No,” Conway said. “Yeah,” Cuomo fired back as Conway tried to attack Democratic lawmakers investigating the president. Cuomo steered the conversation back to the report, calling for it to be made public when it’s finished.“That’s up to Mr. Mueller,” Conway said. “No, it’s not,” Cuomo corrected. 26 … [Read more...] about Kellyanne Conway drops Mueller bombshell in Chris Cuomo debate
George Conway is conducting his own poll on President Donald Trump’s credibility.The conservative attorney, who is married to top White House aide Kellyanne Conway (herself a former pollster), on Wednesday asked his 344,000 Twitter followers to vote for who they believed had more credibility: the president or the New York Times.It followed Trump calling the Times “a true enemy of the people” over a story detailing his alleged “two-year war on the investigations encircling him.”In light of this tweet, let’s pose the question ... https://t.co/goPgQplzRW— George Conway (@gtconway3d) February 20, 2019Please vote. And then please retweet (often). — George Conway (@gtconway3d) February 20, 2019As of early Thursday morning, more than 150,000 votes had been cast in Conway’s poll. And the overwhelming majority of respondents — 93 percent — believed the Times was more credible. Voting ends in two days’ time.This article … [Read more...] about George Conway conducts Donald Trump credibility poll
David Bauder, Associated Press Published 6:41 p.m. ET April 30, 2018 New York – White House Correspondents Association roaster Michelle Wolf joins a club with likes of Kathy Griffin, Khizr Khan, Stormy Daniels and David Hogg – little-known or unknown figures who suddenly became surrogates for the hyper-partisan rhetorical warfare of the Trump era. President Trump tweeted his disgust at Wolf’s weekend routine on Monday, she was a hot topic on “The View” and the subject of a long and loud CNN exchange between Chris Cuomo and a conservative official. Journalists wondered if the annual WHCA dinner should be changed or ditched. A backlash quickly surfaced. Wolf, who begins a Netflix show later this month and is best known for work on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” was not made available to The Associated Press on Monday. She tweeted a few replies to critics. Her routine directed barbs at Congress, Democrats and the media. But the … [Read more...] about Welcome to the partisan fury, Michelle Wolf
close Video Pennsylvania, Idaho, Nebraska and Oregon hold primaries Ballotpedia editor-in-chief Scott Rasmussen comments on the march to the midterms. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** WHO’S GOT A FRIEND IN PENNSYLVANIA? There’s a reason that the most important street in Washington, D.C. is named Pennsylvania Avenue. Aside from being the “Keystone” that held together the span of new states, Pennsylvania had also been home to the largest city and the greatest concentration of wealth, thanks in large part to its abundant fields and forests. Naming the main drag in Washington for Pennsylvania was a sign of respect and probably intended as some consolation for losing the capital to a swampy barren by the Potomac River. Though New York would supplant Pennsylvania as the largest and most powerful state, Pennsylvania’s political significance was enormous until only recently. Until the … [Read more...] about Who’s got a friend in Pennsylvania?