Kellyanne Conway unloaded on Nancy Pelosi on Monday, in response to a recent New York Times article that suggested the media was unfairly attacking her because she is a woman.
Speaking with Fox News’ Howard Kurtz, Conway said, “She and I went to the same small Catholic women’s Catholic college, the nation’s oldest all women’s Catholic college, Trinity in Washington DC.”
“And that small women’s Catholic college can boast the first female Speaker Of The House, Nancy Pelosi, and the first successful female presidential campaign manager, and the way they treat the two of us, the president of the college is unbelievable,” she said. “And you would think some of the alumni that went to an all women’s Catholic college would maybe be pro-life, or at maybe object to Nancy’s abortion anyone, anytime anywhere stance.”
Conway proceeded to call out the system, which she believes creates the gender gap.
“In my view, you have to be pro-abortion. You have to be anti-male. Look at all of these commercials on TV about men, they can’t open a garbage bag unless their wife shows them how. I mean we treat men like they’re fools. I don’t look at my husband, my son, my cousins, my colleagues that way,” she concluded.
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Conway is always on point and knows how to tell it like it is. President Trump is lucky to have her!