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Monday, May 15, 2017

Kellyanne Should Know Better...

... than to use the word "shower" regarding anything to do with Trump. He might just take her up on the offer.



(Oh, too easy. But those jokes will never get old) According to Joeka:

The co-hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, claimed on Monday that senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway used to say she needed a shower after defending Donald Trump on air.
“This is a woman, by the way, who came on our show during the campaign and would shill for Trump in extensive fashion,” Brzezinski said. “And then she would get off the air, the camera would be turned off, the microphone would be taken off and she would say, ‘Blech, I need to take a shower,’ because she disliked her candidate so much.”
“And also said, it was very interesting, also said that, ‘This is just like my summer in Europe,'” Scarborough said.
“I’m just doing this for the money,” Brzezinski interjected.
“‘I’ll be off this soon.’ I don’t know that she ever said ‘I’m doing this for the money,'” Scarborough said. “But she said, ‘This is just my summer vacation, my summer in Europe and basically I’m just going to get through this.'”
“‘But first I have to take a shower because it feels so dirty to be saying what I’m saying.’ I guess she’s just used to it now,” Brzezinski said.

I'm sure she is... and her shtick continues:

Conway doubled down on her criticisms of the media, specifically on the level of negative coverage of the Trump administration and how the president's surrogates are treated on air. The harshness and combativeness of TV interviews, she suggested, are attributable to “the quest to go viral,” especially “when there's nothing else to say.”
“It really doesn't help democracy and it doesn't help the body politic because people are looking for the news,” Conway said. “They're not looking for conjecture. They don't care that something goes viral and a late-night host gets a couple of laughs out of it. The idea that people are so presumptively negative toward so much that's going on.”

Heeeeey, it must be the money!