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Conway Unloads on Wolf Blitzer After He Plays Husband’s Comments – ‘I’m Embarrassed for You’


BLITZER: “All right. That’s a serious allegation. A serious charge. He was using the power of the presidency, its most unchecked area, foreign affairs, to advance his own personal interest as opposed to the country’s.”

CONWAY: “That is his opinion. And we — I don’t think MSNBC was lacking for anti-Trump voices. And we’ve heard things like that said on CNN for three years. And we’ve heard things like that said on that network for three years and else wise. And where — honestly, where is the shame? Where is the introspection of people who have said for three years, respectfully, Wolf, actually beginning in May of 2017, I’ll quote your wife’s husband right now — I won’t talk about your marriage — but I’ll quote your wife’s husband. 2017 you asked Angus King, are we getting closer to impeachment? I mean, does anybody ever feel badly about getting it so wrong? We sort of look the other way of how wrong everybody was here and elsewhere with the elections. I was on your network every single day as gracefully and respectfully as I could laying out the case as to why Donald Trump would beat Hillary Clinton. I have a living, breathing video catalog which is why I don’t worry about anything when people say, I always knew he’d win. I said it all the time. Really? Because you were sleeping when I was on TV in the morning and at night. So we have a leaving breathing catalog on CNN and elsewhere. We’re going back to Pennsylvania. It’s the same stuff all the time. What you just quoted is said every day by other voices but you wanted to put it in my husband’s voice because you think somehow that that will help your ratings or that you’re really sticking it to Kellyanne Conway. And let me be very clear, you didn’t stick it to Kellyanne Conway. I think you embarrassed yourself. And I — I’m embarrassed for you because this is CNN now? I — I looked up to you when I was in college and law school, I would turn on CNN to see what Wolf Blitzer had to say about war, famine, disruption abroad. I really respected you for all those years as someone that would give you the news and now it’s what somebody’s husband says on a different network.” [crosstalk]

BLITZER: “You know, Kellyanne — do you know how many times we spoke about, you know, James Carville and Mary Madeleine, a Democrat and a Republican happily married individuals who totally disagreed on all sorts of political —“

CONWAY: “That is not the way you introduced this segment.”

BLITZER: “Let me just — you know how many times — you know how many times I would ask them on television about the differences they had? They didn’t get into a sensitive discussion as long —“

CONWAY: “I’m not in a sensitive discussion, you are. You chose to do this.”

BLITZER: “Mary Madeleine and James Carville —“

CONWAY: “I’m smiling.”

BLITZER: “— they would often totally disagree on television. They would have a serious discussion. Your husband made a serious —“

CONWAY: “Do you know what Mary Madeleine thinks of your line of questioning right now? Because I know.”

BLITZER: “I haven’t spoken to Mary Madeleine in awhile. She’s a lovely woman. James Carville an old friend.”

CONWAY: “He’s brilliant.”

BLITZER: “Very good people. You like them. I like them.”

CONWAY: “He helped do what I helped do.” [crosstalk]

BLITZER: “I was just trying to get you to react to this — this allegation that — that the president was using the power of the presidency, its most unchecked area, foreign affairs, to advance his own personal interest as opposed to the country’s. And you said fairly you disagree.”

CONWAY: “I respectfully disagree. I respectfully disagree —“

BLITZER: “OK, that’s fine.”

CONWAY: “— and I’ll tell you why. And you know who else disagrees? You know who else doesn’t have information evidence of that? The people who testified yesterday. Because they also don’t know the president. They’ve actually never met the president. They admitted that yesterday. They were in no such calls about this.”

BLITZER: “Which is a fair point. That’s a very fair point.”

CONWAY: “No, it’s an essential point. It’s not just a fair point.” [crosstalk]

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker,, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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