Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, just pulled off a political miracle, beating the odds to help her candidate defeat Hillary Clinton.
While Trump’s victory is historic, Conway herself broke history, becoming the first female campaign manager to win a presidential campaign. Despite the historic nature of Conway’s accomplishment, the liberal media refuses to acknowledge this feat!
Conservative journalists Mollie Hemmingway has been one of the few public figures to take notice of Conway’s achievement, and sent out this congratulatory tweet:
Take a bow, @KellyannePolls. First woman to run a successful presidential campaign in U.S. history.
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) November 9, 2016
MRCTV highlighted the history of female campaign managers, but none of them, until Conway secured a victory for their candidate:
Now, that’s not to say that female presidential campaign managers haven’t come close before. Michael Dukakis’ presidential campaign was run by female manager Susan Estrich, yet he was famously beaten 53-46 by George H. W. Bush in 1988.
More recently, Al Gore’s presidential campaign was run by Donna Brazile. And yes, that’s the same Donna Brazile that currently chairs the Democratic National Committee and just got fired from CNN.
The 2016 presidential election was a historic night for now President-elect Trump, but thanks to the hard work of Kellyanne Conway, he wasn’t the only person to make history!
While we are all proud of Trump for his historic victory, Kellyanne Conway should be given special credit for helping to defeat Clinton, and for being the first female presidential campaign manager to win!