Kellyanne Conway: It’s ‘Inappropriate’ To Criticize Trump For Firing Comey (VIDEO)

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Chris Cuomo has had it with White House aide Kellyanne Conway’s lying and even Conway seemed exhausted with having to defend the alleged president. On Wednesday, Conway called it “inappropriate” to question the bizarre timing of Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. Trump literally fired the man who was leading an investigation into his administration’s ties to Russia but Conway thinks that questioning the former reality show star is “inappropriate.”

“You want to question the timing of when he fires, when he hires. It’s inappropriate,” she said during an interview on CNN’s “New Day.”

“He’ll do it when he wants to, just like he fired FBI Director Comey when he was faced with evidence of– that was un-ignorable,” Ms. Liar Pants continued.

Cuomo said the Trump administration doesn’t have anyone in line to replace Comey.

“You don’t know that,” Conway said while ignoring reports to the contrary.

“The president of the United States confers with his team on any number of personnel decisions,” Conway said, “and it’s up to him to have the timing.”

Watch:

Trump signed a letter to Comey and the second paragraph was telling.

“While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgment of the Department of Justice that you are not able to lead the Bureau,” Trump wrote.

Conway has repeatedly lied in interviews.

In December, Conway said that people who criticize Trump should face “consequences.” The Trump administration wants the freedom to lie without consequence while calling media sources ‘fake news.’ The projection is strong with team Trump. The fake news president is throwing a tantrum on Twitter this morning while trying to blame Democrats for his own ineptness.

Even Kellyanne Conway doesn’t believe Kellyanne Conway.


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