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The internet roasts Kellyanne Conway for confessing Comey tipped election to Trump

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After two flailing, back-to-back interviews on Monday morning news shows, the internet completely unleashed on senior White House advisor Kellyanne Conway.

After her interview with “Good Morning America” co-host George Stephanopoulos, neo-conservative political analyst Bill Kristol noted one major point Conway seemed to slip up admitting.

“Kellyanne seems to say Trump wouldn’t have won without the Comey announcement 11 days out,” Kristol tweeted.

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Meanwhile, former ethics director Walter Shaub had his own commentary about the questionable ethics of the senior counselor.

“Kellyanne Conway, with three ethics violations under your belt, please heed this warning: Don’t advocate for the President’s re-election campaign when you go on CNN after this next commercial break,” Shaub tweeted. “By now, hopefully you’ve heard of the Hatch Act.”

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“Things are really getting desperate at the White House if they brought out Kellyanne Conway,” noted former White House aide and CNN commentator Keith Boykin. “She’s already violated the Hatch Act twice for illegal political conduct, and she violated federal ethics laws when she promoted Ivanka Trump’s clothing line on national television.”

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