Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway used her platform on Thursday to encourage Fox News viewers to buy products from the clothing line run by the president’s daughter.
Speaking from the White House briefing room during an appearance on Fox & Friends, Conway encouraged viewers to “go buy Ivanka’s stuff” to show their support for the president.
Conway also accused retailer Nordstrom of trying to hurt President Donald Trump by stopping sales of Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, despite the fact that the company has said it stopped selling Ivanka’s clothes due to lagging sales.
“They are using the most prominent woman in Donald Trump’s [life],” Conway claimed. “Using her, who has been a champion for empowerment of women in the workplace, to get to him.”
Conway then went on to say anyone who supports the president ought to buy his daughter’s clothes.
“It’s a wonderful line, I own some of it,” she said. “I’m going to give it a free commercial here, go buy it today!”
Watch a clip of Conway’s interview below.
Fox News cuts into Trump’s Turning Point USA speech after he starts rambling about handshakes
Fox News on Tuesday briefly interrupted a speech being delivered by President Donald Trump at a Turning Point USA summit.
During his speech, Trump started talking about delivering a commencement address at the Air Force Academy.
"They said, sir, would you like to shake the hands of all the cadets? I said how many other? They said 1,100. I said yeah, that sounds okay,” Trump remarked.
“Do other presidents do it? Yes, they do. Do all of them? What they didn’t say is they start, then they peter out. That sun was beaming down, and if some of these guys are great athletes — some of the women, they had some women in the class, their hands were very strong, okay.”
Hundreds of orgs, political and religious leaders demand Pompeo abolish his anti-LGBTQ ‘Commission on Unalienable Rights’
'Harmful to the Global Effort to Protect the Rights of All People and a Waste of Resources'
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday was sent letters signed by hundreds of human rights organizations, activists, and supporters, along with religious and political leaders demanding he abolish his newly-formed anti-LGBTQ and anti-women "Commission on Unalienable Rights."
Meghan McCain gets schooled after complaining Brett Kavanaugh was treated worse than Al Franken
Meghan McCain noticed the asymmetry in the accusations of sexual misconduct against Al Franken and Brett Kavanaugh, even if she overlooked how those allegations eventually played out.
"The View" tackled a New Yorker piece published by Jane Mayer, who believes the Minnesota Democrat was "railroaded" out of the U.S. Senate over sexual harassment claims, and McCain said Democrats had no choice but to force him to resign.
"Imagine him questioning Brett Kavanaugh at the time," McCain said, "which by the way, the writer who wrote this article, Jane Mayer, wrote a 2018 piece about allegations of Brett Kavanaugh that's been panned because the only corroborating witness said he had heard the story but he didn't remember it now, so it's very tricky."