Cooper interviewed Conway on Tuesday after news broke that President Donald Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey. Cooper questioned the administration's inconsistent statements about Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation - "Now your White House is saying that what he did was wrong, but previously as a candidate, Donald Trump was saying that was the right thing", Cooper noted - and Conway swiftly dismissed his point.
It turns out, the White House rep actually feels Anderson's move was sexist as she implied in an interview with Fox and Friends on Thursday.
"I face sexism a lot of times when I show up for interviews like that", she added. Don't believe me? Witness this lusty eye roll from Coop. Conway said. She also said it wouldn't happen to a woman working for Barack Obama or Bill Clinton. In January, she appeared on his show and questioned the validity of a CNN report claiming that top intelligence officials had presented Trump (then a President-elect) with a list of allegations that Russian operatives may be in possession of compromising personal and financial information about him.
"The president expects people who are serving in his administration to be loyal to the country and to be loyal to the administration", Conway told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program, and in addition, she believes "certainly Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who oversees the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, his memo clearly laid out numerous morale [issues]".
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The once ubiquitous Trump spokeswoman has been keeping a decidedly low profile in recent months - so much so that "Saturday Night Live" did a skit last week asking "Where in the World is Kellyanne Conway?".
CNN's Anderson Cooper, host of "Anderson Cooper 360°", raised such concerns to senior adviser Kellyanne Conway some hours after the decision.
"I denounce whoever it is". Clinton, as well as her allies and supporters, have said on multiple occasions that Comey's bombshell announcement, along with Russia's interference, cost her the election.
"This man is the President of the United States, he acted decisively today", Conway said after accusing Cooper of "going back to the campaign".