Kellyanne Conway slammed for claiming there was ‘no supply chain crisis’ under Trump
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Kellyanne Conway is being criticized and mocked after lying that the U.S. saw no supply chain crisis under Donald Trump.

“I worked in that White House for four years," the former Senior Counselor to the President said on Fox News' "Hannity" Monday night. “We never even heard of a such of a thing. There was no supply chain crisis."

People on social media went ballistic, remembering all the products they could not get, including essentials.

"Nurses were wearing goddamn trash bags," said one Twitter user.

A former senior spokesperson for Hillary Clinton, Jesse Ferguson, went off on Conway: "Doctors and nurses couldn't get masks and gloves," he tweeted. "Americans couldn't even get toilet paper. This is another set of Alternative Facts cooked up at the Bowling Green Massacre."


"Except when you couldn't buy toilet paper. Or canned goods. Or dehydrated food. Or masks. Or milk. Or flour," tweeted Mark Banker.

"Most people will mention the toilet paper drama, but I remember Doctors and Nurses begging for PPE and Trump went on TV to call them liars and thieves, and how many of them died as they caught a virus they might not have if they had the correct equipment. This woman is a ghoul," said another Twitter user.