Kellyanne Conway defends her self-admitted woman-abusing boss: ‘Women are respected’ in Trump’s White House
Kellyanne Conway bashed disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein at a right-wing Christian conference — and praised her infamously genitalia-grabbing boss as a champion of women.
The White House adviser suggested Weinstein was an exemplar of Democratic values but overlooked the myriad sexual harassment claims against President Donald Trump, and his recorded boast about getting away with sexual assault, during a discussion at the Values Voter Summit.
“I hear a lot of people on their soapboxes and the high horse cavalry, I call them, always talking about women’s rights and women in the workplace and women empowerment,” Conway said.
“I’m in an environment where it’s practiced regularly, I’ve never felt otherwise,” Conway continued, “and i think that there’s a great juxtaposition going on right now. You see one of the major influencers in Hollywood and major Democratic donor really ensnared in some pretty ugly stuff, allegedly, and the juxtaposition of that is that I, at least, you know, am in a place where women are respected — and I appreciate that as a working mom.”