Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway: Donald Trump won't pursue criminal charges against Hillary Clinton

President-elect Donald Trump is backing down on one of the cornerstones of his campaign, as his top aide confirms the 70-year-old will not pursue criminal charges against his one-time opponent, Hillary Clinton, for her use of a private email server while working for the U.S. Department of State.

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Kellyanne Conway denies Donald Trump's media summit was a 'firing squad'

Despite numerous headlines suggesting otherwise, Kellyanne Conway — Donald Trump’s former campaign manager and current senior advisor to his White House transition team — has clarified that the president-elect’s sit-down with influential members of the media was not a “disaster” or akin to a “firing squad,” as various sources indicated.

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Kellyanne Conway on joining Trump White House: 'I didn't see mother of four' in job descriptions

Kellyanne Conway says she may join President-elect Donald Trump’s administration, though being a mother of four has made her hesitant.

“I didn’t see ‘mother of four small children’ in any of the job descriptions. I’m sure your viewers can relate,” said Conway on Good Morning America Thursday, suggesting that she might not find parenthood compatible with serving the commander-in-chief. “But it’s been such an honor to be Donald Trump’s campaign manager and to work with my old friend and client, Mike Pence, our new vice president.”

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Kellyanne Conway grilled over Trump camp's false claims of assassination attempt

Kellyanne Conway and Jake Tapper had an intense interview on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday, with Conway deflecting Tapper’s questions about why members of Donald Trump’s team retweeted a message claiming there had been an assassination attempt on the Republican presidential candidate.

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Joy Behar calls Kellyanne Conway 'delusional' on The View

The View cohosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg did not see eye-to-eye with Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, during a contentious segment of Wednesday’s show.

Six days before the election, Behar pressed Conway on Trump’s “cavalier” attitude toward using nuclear weapons. “Aren’t you petrified?” Behar asked. “You have four children. That scares me more than any other stupid thing he has said.”

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