Anderson Cooper Interview With Kellyanne Conway Says Hillary Clinton Has Been Fighting For Herself For 30 Years

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Anderson Cooper Interview With Kellyanne Conway Says Hillary Clinton Has Been Fighting For Herself For 30 Years

Anderson Cooper Interview With Kellyanne Conway Says Remind People Who Hillary Rodham Clinton Actually Is

Anderson Cooper Interview With Kellyanne Conway Says Remind People Who Hillary Rodham Clinton Actually Is

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[Anderson Cooper:] Source: LYBIO.net
We’ll keep an eye on that stage behind you. joining us now, Trump Campaign Manager, Kellyanne Conway. Great to have you on. so Donald Trump said tonight he doesn’t care about Paul Ryan’s support, he doesn’t want Paul Ryan’s support, that he might be better off without Paul Ryan’s support. Can you say for sure whether Donald Trump is rescinding his endorsement of Paul Ryan and whether he believes the speaker should be re-elected to his congressional seat.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Well, he’s not talking about any of that. He’s trying to be elected president of the United States and he’s doing that with or without certain people’s endorsements, Anderson. And you know, the fact is that Paul Ryan’s job is what John Boehner’s job was in 2012 when Mitt Romney was running. his job is to make sure the Republicans get re-elected. And I would say, when Paul Ryan was running for vice president last time, they lost eight of the nine swing states, and people like – I certainly supported him. I know Donald Trump certainly supported the ticket. But, you know, the fact remains that we’re running a presidential campaign. And we’re doing that through appearances like today, fund-raisers like today, where Donald Trump was in Texas, raising money, not just for the trump campaign, but, drumroll, please, for the RNC and the Republican committees, which benefits all these candidates that Paul Ryan is trying to protect. when Donald Trump raises money for the party, raises money, a lot of that money goes to the party, and that’s fine. if you’re doing a door-knocking program, for example, in Wisconsin, it also helps Ron Johnson who’s running for senate. it helps the congressional candidates. if you’re doing it in Kelly Ayotte’s New Hampshire, it helps her. We’re being very good team players here and very happy we’ve got a great working relationship with Reince Priebus and the RNC. They’ve been spectacular to us.

[Anderson Cooper:]
So… right. But clearly the candidate does not believe that Paul Ryan is being a good team player. does he believe that Paul Ryan should be speaker of the house come january?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
well, paul ryan is speaker of the house and that – that is up to members of the caucus. Donald Trump is not running for a congressman from Manhattan where he would actually vote on the speaker. But I appreciate the good wishes that we’re actually going to be the next president of the United States and that we’ll have to work with the speaker. We want a Republican majority in the house and the senate. there’s no question. but the bigger issue is that we’re communicating directly with voters. For those members of congress that endorse us, terrific. for those that don’t, we’re still winning voters in their state.

[Anderson Cooper:]
So is –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
For everyone that doesn’t want to endorse Donald Trump or doesn’t even want to support him, they should realize he actually has a connection to his voters. look at all of these states and senators who aren’t endorsing him. We’re doing well in most or all of those States. Some of them aren’t even competitive.

[Anderson Cooper:]
As someone who works in GOP politics for a living, are you concerned at all that Donald Trump could be burning the party down, not just this year, but for cycles to come? If there’s a Republican civil war for the next four weeks and if Donald Trump does poorly with women or minorities on election day, doesn’t that risk hurting the party for years?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
So we’re working very closely with the RNC. hand in glove. I talked to Reince Priebus several times a day. Sean Spicer is here today. Katie Walsh is here often, the chief of staff there. We have a great — that is the party. and we have a great relationship with the party. In fact, The Party has provided so much of the ground game and field operation and data operation to supplement what we already had, when I got here, and what we’re building on, that we literally are doing it with them, in these swing states. The RNC is the party. And the RNC is also helping these candidates.

And we’re helping them to raise money –

[Anderson Cooper:]
So —

[Kellyanne Conway:]
– and frankly, to field the candidate that’s bringing in new voters in some of their states.

[Anderson Cooper:]
– and when Donald Trump says on Twitter that he’s glad the shackles are off, that he’s feeling unshackled, what’s he referring to, specifically? who was he shackled by?

[Kellyanne Conway:] Source: LYBIO.net
So he gave an – he gave an interview this evening to Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly and I think he explained some of that, Anderson. where Mr. Trump said that he gets some people’s endorsements and then they take them back. and then they beg him for his endorsement, he gives it in the primaries, and then they waiver. so, you know, that’s just not Donald Trump. Donald Trump among wishy-washy people, who decide one day they want him, and they want his endorsement, they support him, and the next day they don’t. It’s much better for him to take the message directly to the people. We welcome all republican endorsements, no question. We’d be happy to have that. we’d be happy to have more fair treatment in the media. But I’m not going to find unicorns on my doorstep tomorrow either. so in the meantime, we’re going to continue to go with him as a master communicator and connector directly to the voters.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Monica Langley of the “Wall Street Journal” is reporting tonight that Donald Trump’s strategy is essentially two-pronged. that he’s trying to use the split in the gop to rally his base and trying to depress Democratic turnout. Do you believe that is enough to win? do you believe you can depress democratic turnout by going after Hillary Clinton, by going after Bill Clinton?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Well, I think Hillary Clinton’s been’s depressing democratic turnout. My goodness! Why is this woman at 46%. She’s like the magic 46. She’s 46 in the new NBC News “Wall Street Journal” poll —

[Anderson Cooper:]
She’s ahead of your candidate, though.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
She’s 46% in a lot of these swing States and [try] — Pardon me? Well, Anderson, she’s running as the first female president who has a sitting president and First Lady, much more popular than she’ll ever be

[Anderson Cooper:]
Your candidate is below 40%.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Is it a question?

[Anderson Cooper:]
Well –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Ok, you asked me – you asked me about –

[Anderson Cooper:] Source: LYBIO.net
– you’re saying 46% is bad, but 37% is worse.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
You asked me about Hillary Clinton — you asked me if I thought — right, yes, no, I – one does not need to be a pollster to know that. But here’s the deal. I’m asking you how someone who has all of these advantages. you’re asking me how we win, and if Hillary Clinton can enthuse her base and turnout enough, can she win? She still doesn’t have the Sanders voters, they’re angry at her. They’re more angry now than ever, knowing how she insulted them recently, they are not going to be happy about all the pay-to-play that was released today between the DOJ and Friends of Bill (FOB’s). If you’re a friend of Bill, you can get in on those Haiti earthquake relief contracts. How disgusting. We should be focused on the Haiti earthquake victims, not on what contracts your company should get, if you’re a friend of bill. Go read it. it was released today, I know it’s not exciting news for everyone, But I’m sure the viewers will see it. And you’re asking me how she can win. And I’m asking you, I’m completely perplexed how someone who has most of the mainstream media for her, well all the mainstream media, well most of the media for her, she’s got a sitting president – a sitting First Lady far more popular than she’ll ever supposed to be, a former president also her husband, the sitting vice president, a thousand people working in Brooklyn, she has all these states locked up and she can’t crack 50% and stay there.

[Anderson Cooper:] Source: LYBIO.net
So you believe…

[Kellyanne Conway:]
So we know we can do it.

[Anderson Cooper:]
So you believe, by bringing up the Bill Clinton past, by bringing up you say is enabling by Hillary Clinton, is part of that strategy to lower Democratic turnout?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
It’s part of the strategy to remind people who Hillary Rodham Clinton actually is. If others aren’t going to hold her account for her full record, then, yes, we will. And her record includes naming and blaming women who came in contact with her husband, whether it was consensual relationships like Monica Lewinsky, an intern at the White House with him as President, completely debasing the office of the White House — the office of The Presidency — or Jennifer Flowers, 12-year affair while he was Governor of Arkansas. or these women who he sexually assaulted. Juanita Roderick, Kathleen Willy, Paula Jones. He gave — he settled a – he settled a sexual harassment case for $850,000 with Paula jones in 1998.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Right but –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
The last time I didn’t sexually harass someone here at the campaign, I didn’t pay them $850,000 dollars.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Your client – your candidate has settled numerous lawsuits without admitting any guilt on a whole number of things. Are you saying – are you implying that settling a lawsuit is implying guilt? Cause if so, it means your candidate is guilty of an awful of lot of things, no?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
For – for that, really, as Governor of Arkansas, using State Troopers to procure a win for you?

[Anderson Cooper:]
You’re saying settling a lawsuit is questionable and raising questions about guilt. Your client settles lawsuits all the time, even though he says he doesn’t, right?

[Kellyanne Conway:] Source: LYBIO.net
No, what I’m saying is, what was Hillary Clinton’s conduct towards those women – The New York Times – Anderson, days after –

[Anderson Cooper:]
No, you’re implying that settling a lawsuit implies guilt. Does not? Donald Trump has settled numerous lawsuits, including the racial discrimination lawsuit years ago without implying, without accepting any guilt. Are you saying there may be some guilt there?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
I’m saying that I believe Paula Jones, is what i’m saying. And I believe that that $14,000 a year Arkansas State employee being brought up to the governor’s hotel room and him exposing herself as all the evidence said. What’s relevant about this to Hillary Clinton? It’s very simple. It’s the way she treated these women after the fact. It is the way she blamed and shamed the women.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Right –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Read “The New York Times” piece from about ten days ago, Anderson, it was terrific because days after The New York Times endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, they turned around and talked about the way Hillary Clinton and cohorts always went after these women.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Right.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
The other person I want everyone to know is a household name is Kathy Shelton. She was raped at the age of 12. And Hillary Clinton defended her — defended the rapist, got him off in a plea deal, and then a year later, laughed about the tactics. This is before the rape shield laws were on the books in Arkansas

[Anderson Cooper:]
Donald Trump has made this very front and center and we’ve covered this a lot. Um… my question is, do you believe that’s going to depress Democratic vote, and clearly you do, because you believe this is a strategy that’s wise to pursue.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
So, I believe that voters should know who Hillary Clinton is.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Ok.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
And I’ll let them decide whether it’s enough for them to stay home or come to the polls. But they ought to know, I want Kathy Shelton to become a household name. Because it is a disgusting case and it shows it’s always Hillary first. Even if there’s a 12 year old rape victim involved, it’s always Hillary first.

[Anderson Cooper:] Source: LYBIO.net
Right. She was an – she was an acting as a public defender, which is in our constitution, but Donald Trump told —

[Kellyanne Conway:]
She didn’t need to laugh the next day. In the next year, about the tactics.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Donald Trump told Bill O’Reilly tonight that women have been coming up to him in recent days saying that they’ve heard what- what he’s dismissing as locker room talk over the years. Does that depress you, that this is so common that a lot of women are coming up to Donald Trump saying, they’ve heard this all the time.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Did you say, does it depress me?

[Anderson Cooper:]
Yeah.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Does it depress me?

[Anderson Cooper:]
That so many american women have heard, uh… allegedly heard men talk about sexual assault?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
If you’re talking to me about the coarseening of our culture, yes. I can say, particularly as a mother of four small children. I can talk about the coarsening of our culture, but I don’t think that’s why we’re discussing this. I will tell you that Monica Langley’s own piece that you keep citing, which I’m glad you have on your panel tonight, she was also noting in her piece, that the number of Republicans who wanted Donald Trump to step aside over the weekend has really lessened in the latest “Wall Street Journal” NBC poll. She – she says in there that he may have stopped the bleeding from this. Um… yes, if we want to talk about the coarsening of the culture, I hope you devote a whole two hours for it and I would be happy to be a guest, but I’ll also offer up some other guests. I don’t appreciate many of the things that are said in our political discourse, I don’t appreciate many of the things that are said on social media. You and I are attacked every single day, I’m sure. I hardly read it, I never knew I was so stupid or so ugly until there was social media, Anderson, I’m sure the same —
[Anderson Cooper:]
Same with me.

[Kellyanne Conway:] Source: LYBIO.net
So, yes, if we’re going to talk about, lyrics – well yes – if – again, don’t let it rock your world, I know you don’t. That – that – as it relates to a presidential campaign, why can’t we talk about the issues? I was really just amazed that Team Hillary after everything came out the other night, they said, she just wants to talk about the issues. She wants to have a debate about the issues. Really, is that what their ads are about? Is that what the filth they peddle every day my candidate Donald Trump is about – they want to talk about the issues – lets talk about Obamacare its a disaster?

[Anderson Cooper:]
But I mean, but let’s just be clear, the reason this has been making headlines is because Donald Trump was discussing and bragging about sexual assault 11 years ago on a bus. I mean, it’s not Hillary Clinton who put those words in his mouth.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Anderson, first of all, in case anybody’s wondering, because somehow read my mind after this broadcast, I have said my opinion on that is expressed privately and publicly is a combination of Donald Trump’s, Melania Trump’s, and Mike Pence’s statements from the weekend. I find those comments to be disgusting and reprehensible and I’m really glad that he apologized. and I think when somebody seeks mercy and forgiveness and means it, and I was with him the entire time, including when he learned about this, people ought to think about that. They ought to think about when somebody asks you for forgiveness contrite and for mercy – are you willing to give it?

[Anderson Cooper:]
But years later, to say on the radio that its okay to call his daughter – you know – a nice piece of you know what? I mean –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Yeah, I see that all over CNN and I don’t know if you’re trying to drive a wedge between those two, but good luck, because they’re incredibly very close and have a beautiful relationship.

[Anderson Cooper:]
No, I’m just saying why –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Here’s the thing –

[Anderson Cooper:]
– would a father say that about his own daughter? I -that I don’t understand.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Anderson, I guess, the question I have is, why can’t CNN cover Obamacare and ISIS and Radical Islamic terrorism.

[Anderson Cooper:]
We do, all the time.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
And why can’t you cover the fact that – no, you don’t. No — respectfully, you don’t. 94 million people out of the workforce, 12.4 women without health –

[Anderson Cooper:]
You guys should know we do, because you watch CNN all day long.

[Kellyanne Conway:] Source: LYBIO.net
You don’t want to cover it now, you want to talk over me. You don’t want to hear that there are over 60 million women in poverty on President Obama’s watch. And Hillary Clinton who has been fighting for women and children for 30 years. Where is the deliverable. Where is the product? Hillary Clinton has been fighting for herself for 30 years.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Uh, ok. You clearly don’t want to address what your – what your candidate said about his own daughter –

[Kellyanne Conway:]
I have addressed it many times –

[Anderson Cooper:]
or allowed others to say about his own daughter in front of him, which a lot of people think is kind of odd.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
I have addressed it many times –

[Anderson Cooper:]
Ok.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
I have addressed it many times –

[Anderson Cooper:]
Ok.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
I have addressed it many times – I have addressed what he said this weekend many times. The fact is –

[Anderson Cooper:]
I haven’t heard you address the thing on Howard Stern about a nice piece of you know what?

[Kellyanne Conway:]
You want me to address something he said on Howard Stern ten years ago or 15 years ago, but you don’t want to talk about the fact that Hillary Clinton defended a rapist successfully, and I want everybody to remember the name Kathy Shelton. She deserves a hearing. I know CNN did not want to put her on CNN the other night when she was in the debate hall. I thought it was incredibly courageous and brave of her to be there.

[Anderson Cooper:]
Right…

[Kellyanne Conway:]
She was a private citizen whose life was destroyed.

[Anderson Cooper:]
I should just point out, we did an entire piece on that case just last night going into all the details.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Keep running it, it’s great.

[Anderson Cooper:]
All right, Kellyanne Conway, I always do appreciate you being on. Thank you.

[Kellyanne Conway:]
Thanks for having me.

[Anderson Cooper:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
We’re going to listen in for any news from the Trump Rally tonight and get the panel’s take on all of this right after a quick break.

Anderson Cooper Interview With Kellyanne Conway Says Hillary Clinton Has Been Fighting For Herself For 30 Years

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