Jake Tapper Just Hammered Kellyanne Conway Over Donald Trump Constantly Lying (VIDEO)

CNN’s Jake Tapper grilled White House counselor Kellyanne Conway over Donald Trump’s constant lies, including Trump’s recent tweet about the release of three Americans detained in North Korea. Just this past week, Trump tweeted, “As everybody is aware, the past Administration has long been asking for three hostages to be released from a North Korean Labor camp, but to no avail. Stay tuned!” The problem with that is two of those prisoners were detained on Trump’s watch, not Obama’s. Even worse, he didn’t delete the tweet.

Instead of offering an explanation, Conway said, “You’re focusing on the tweet and we’re focused on the hostages.”


Paid liar Kellyanne Conway dodged questions on “State of the Union” as Tapper pressed her on Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani’s recent disastrous interviews, including that he admitted last week that Trump had “reimbursed” his attorney Michael Cohen for the $130,000 hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Trump had repeatedly denied that he knew about the payment.

Conway claimed that she couldn’t comment on that because of her “limited visibility in legal matters and big visibility in policy portfolio.”

“A lot of Americans agree, and I hear from people who voted for Donald Trump regularly that they just want the guy to be able to have the space to do his job,” Conway insisted.

“Do you think his job includes lying to the American people?” Tapper pressed on. “Because he continues to do so.”

“You just want that to go viral, you want to say ‘President Trump’ and ‘lying’ in the same sentence,” Conway shot back.

“I want him to stop lying,” Tapper said.

After Conway tried to change the subject, Tapper said, “I understand you don’t want to address the president’s credibility.”

“I already talked about it for five minutes,” Conway said.

Yes, she did but she failed to explain why Trump didn’t delete the tweet in which he blamed Obama for something that happened last year.

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