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Kellyanne Conway snaps at Comey on Fox News for mentioning Trump pee tape: ‘It’s none of his business!’

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Appearing on Fox & Friends on Friday morning, Kellyanne Conway lashed out at former FBI Director James Comey as he began his book tour, and took special offense that Comey is taking — and answering —  questions about a rumored tape that reportedly shows Russian prostitutes urinating in front of President Donald Trump.

Speaking with the Fox hosts, Conway said the tape was none of Comey’s “business.”

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Calling Comey, “self-aggrandizing,” and a “disgruntled ex-employee,” Conway argued that the fired FBI director was only interested in “selling books.”

The Fox & Friends hosts shared a clip of Comey asking “what kind of marriage” the president shares with his wife Melania while noting that Trump reportedly asked Comey to look into the existence of the tape to assure his wife it didn’t exist and thus spare her feelings.

That caused Conway to make a bitter joke about Comey.

“He’s a psychoanalyst, he’s giving advice on people look, he’s a marriage counselor,” Conway sniped. “I find that particular excerpt to be really egregious and over the top and unacceptable.”

She then added, “Frankly put, that’s none of his business.”

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Nikki Haley busted by Civil War historian after claiming the Confederate flag was once a symbol of ‘heritage’

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Former South Carolina Governor and Trump United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley on Friday stirred controversy when she claimed that the Confederate flag was once a noble symbol that only lost legitimacy once it was "hijacked" by a mass murderer.

During an interview with talk show host Glenn Beck, Haley described how she reacted after white supremacist Dylann Roof murdered nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

"Here is this guy who comes out with this manifesto, holding the Confederate flag," she said, referring to Roof. "And [he] had just hijacked everything that people thought of. We don't have hateful people in South Carolina -- there's always the small minority, that's always going to be there -- but people saw it as service and sacrifice and heritage, but once he did that, there was no way to overcome it."

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Ex-Infowars staffer exposes the twisted world of Alex Jones in a new tell-all article

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Some people listen to far-right conspiracy theorist/radio host and Infowars founder Alex Jones purely for the entertainment value; many of Jones’ hardcore followers, however, take him quite seriously. Former employee Josh Owens used to be one of them. But in a tell-all article for the New York Times, the Texas-based writer explains why he changed his mind and quit what he once considered a dream job.

Owens recalls that he first went to work for Jones in 2012. The writer explains, “Jones — wanting to expand his website, Infowars, into a full-blown guerrilla news operation and hoping to scout new hires from his growing fan base — held an online contest. At 23, I was vulnerable, angry and searching for direction. So, I decided to give it a shot. Out of what Infowars said were hundreds of submissions, my video — a half-witted, conspiratorial glance at the creation and function of the Federal Reserve — made it to the final round.”

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Conservative stunned Trump is allowing Giuliani to create more evidence against him

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In a column for the Washington Post, conservative Jennifer Rubin was appalled -- but not surprised -- that Donald Trump is turning a blind eye to the fact that his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, is overseas trying to dig up dirt on Joe Biden despite the fact that the president is facing impeachment for exactly that abuse of power.

As Rubin puts it under a headline, "Trump creates evidence faster than the House can draft impeachment articles." Rubin first notes that the President has been conducting government business on unsecured lines, writing, "President Trump in the 2016 race made one argument against Hillary Clinton more than any other: Her sloppy handling of emails using a private server disqualified her from holding office. Someone that negligent with U.S. security could not be trusted."

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