NYT Leaves Out Key Fact About Kellyanne Conway In a YUGE Report!

You can leave it to the New York Times to leave out this key accolade for campaign manager Kellyanne Conway. Even after the Donald Trump transition team gave them a press release with this in it, the decided to leave it out. Who is the only woman to successfully lead a Presidential campaign? The answer, of course, is Kellyanne Conway.

As Written By Rachel Stolzfoos for Daily Caller:

The New York Times neglected to mention Kellyanne Conway’s achievement as the first woman to successfully manage a presidential campaign in its big report on her White House job.

Although the story notes Conway is the top woman in the White House in her new role as counselor to the president, reporters Maggie Haberman and Michael Shear do not mention her achievement as campaign manager anywhere in the 25 paragraph-long story.

“Ms. Conway, 49, who took over as Mr. Trump’s campaign manager in August, shortly after the Republican convention, guided him through a brutal and divisive campaign, often appearing on television to vouch for him during periods of scandal or controversy,” the reporters write of her unprecedented success. No mention here of her achievement on behalf of women.

“She stood by Mr. Trump after a 2005 tape surfaced in which he boasted about groping women, proving her loyalty and helping secure her position as someone who will have the president’s ear on a wide variety of topics,” they continue, using the opportunity to bring up Trump’s lewd comments on women instead of crediting Conway for her success……

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NYT Leaves Out Key Fact About Kellyanne Conway In Big Report On Her White House Post | The Daily Caller




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