Kellyanne Conway: Don't Conflate Kavanaugh With 'Me Too' Movement

Elias Hubbard
September 24, 2018

But when Cuomo repeatedly interrupted Conway's attempt to answer, she threatened to walk off of the show.

"You're always welcome to come on, but I have to stop you and check what you put out there", replied Cuomo.

But of course, these two just can't quit each other, and she stayed on camera for the remainder of the almost 21-minute debate.

"These are our best efforts", she said, referring to the GOP's work to vet the claims of sexual assault against Kavanaugh.

She also called a list of conditions Christine Blasey Ford has listed for her testimony as a "laundry list", and she thinks that if those are agreed to, that will hurt Ford's case rather than help it.

"Her lawyers, as you know, were headlining a fundraiser for a senator who will be voting on his nomination to the Supreme Court", Conway said. "This is she said and he said he wasn't there".

As is now customary with Cuomo and Conway, the two spent much of the segment talking over each other.

But things got heated when Conway accused Cuomo of omitting "important facts" in reporting on the allegations against Kavanaugh.

"I know it is not for lack of trying that people are trying to prove the same here, and have not", said Conway. Conway shot back. "Don't attribute that to me!"

"Well, you didn't say it tonight". Feinstein. Even the Democrats are angry with her.

"That's just politics", Cuomo pointed out to a frustrated Conway.

Conway added that she commends numerous women who have come forward in the past, but with the MeToo cases, one woman coming forward led to others.

Cuomo rolled his eyes: "A lot of noise coming for nothing coming out of your mouth". I can leave and we can watch him get confirmed next week.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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