The feud between CNN and Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has gone public.
After CNN declined an administration offer to have Conway appear on its State of the Union show on Sunday, the New York Times reported that executives at CNN have "serious questions" about Conway's credibility, which may lead them to refuse future offers to have her on their shows.
Reacting to this report, Conway said on Twitter that family issues prevented her from appearing on Sunday shows this week, while also slamming the "false" reporting about CNN executives doubting her credibility.
False. I could do no live Sunday shows this week BC of family. Plus, I was invited onto CNN today & tomorrow. CNN B… https://t.co/K5wULYanuD— Kellyanne Conway (@Kellyanne Conway)1486398983.0
CNN's official public relations Twitter handle quickly called out Conway's claim, and said that she "was offered to SOTU by the White House" this week.
"We passed," CNN emphasized. "Those are the facts."
. @KellyannePolls was offered to SOTU on Sunday by the White House. We passed. Those are the facts.— CNN Communications (@CNN Communications)1486400928.0
Shortly after CNN's message, MSNBC Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski sent out a cryptic message telling CNN that it was "not the first" show to decline an offer to have Conway on air.
.@CNNPR @KellyannePolls you are not the first.— Mika Brzezinski (@Mika Brzezinski)1486401347.0