Kellyanne Conway Lets Loose & CRUSHES Her Worst Enemy – ‘You’re A F**king Miserable Person!’
“In-depth interviews” especially from those within the bastions of progressive orthodoxy always comes with those preordained ‘RED FLAGS” and this rather lengthy article appearing in New York Magazine is certainly no exception, however any interview by a liberal publication is certain to be problematic for Trump strategist/adviser Kellyanne Conway.
Moreover, Conway’s personality while certainly not confrontational doesn’t hold back when pushed and as condescending as Oliver Nuzzi may appear at times in writing the article, Conway certainly gives a good accounting of herself during the interview and throughout the article.
Perhaps the best example of Nuzzi’s attempt to slightly soil Conway’s influence upon the political landscape comes almost immediately within the headline; “Kellyanne Conway Is a Star” followed by the subhead which actually negates the headline “Not your star, perhaps. But that’s the point.”
A clever play on words, that in all fairness all writers use, to defuse the obvious intent by the author to confuse his subject, attempting to keep her slightly off-balance.
In one segment Conway was asked about those infamous statements that have followed her of late “alternative facts’ comment. Two plus two is four. Three plus one is four, partly cloudy, partly sunny. Glass half full, glass half empty. Those are alternative facts,” explained Conway.
“Anybody who pretends I’m not smart or not credible, it’s like, ‘Excuse me, I’ve spoken 1.2 million words on TV, okay? You wanna focus on two here and two there, it’s on you, you’re a f*cking miserable person, P.S., just whoever you are,” said Conway. This is so true.
Nuzzi, no doubt is a gifted writer and a good storyteller and uses his “good cop, bad cop” skills in describing Conway, in one brief segment he writes: “Horrified critics of the president are often surprised to find that, in person, it’s very difficult to dislike Conway. With her airy voice and cheeky sense of humor, she’s charming and magnetic almost in the manner of a particularly gifted retail politician, and without the alien creepiness that actually being a politician sometimes requires.”
Although the piece is exceptionally long, it’s masterfully written, with more than a few hidden insults aimed at Conway. However, there are also reluctant praises by the author and an acceptance that Kellyanne Conway is an acclaimed and brilliant political strategist.
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