Ahead of the final presidential debate, Donald Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway appeared on MSNBC to discuss the state of the race.
Unfortunately for Conway, MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle seemed to have a different agenda for the interview. For much of the interview, Ruhle restlessly attacked Conway with Hillary Clinton’s campaign talking points in an apparent attempt to promote the media’s liberal agenda.
The interview lasted for more than 18 minutes. Some of the highlights include Ruhle telling Conaway she won’t let her children watch Trump and seeming to declare Hillary Clinton the president already.
“I’m not going to let my kids watch the debate tonight. I don’t let my kids watch Donald Trump in fear of….that he will say to a woman in the audience, you’re fat. In fear that he’ll make fun of someone,” Ruhle informed Conway.
Throughout the interview, whenever Conaway would bring up counterpoints, Ruhle would pivot to attacking Trump with Clinton talking points.
During one of the exchanges, Ruhle said, “Hillary Clinton has been talking about women and children…she has been fighting.”
“You sound like her. Fighting for women and children. Where the hell is the product? ” Conway interjected.
“Hold on a second, are you actually going to say that the first woman candidate to be the president of the United States, whether or not you vote for her or not, is not a success story?” Ruhle asked Conway.
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