Despite the fact that Donald Trump talked about grabbing women's genitals and objectified his own daughter, for years, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway insists Donald Trump is a good man.
Her reason: because he never assaulted her.
Conway defended the Republican presidential nominee's comments after following the second presidential face-off, while speaking to CNN's Dana Bash, saying her candidate was "gracious and a gentleman."
"I have to assess people based on what I see in totem. And this is a man that I've been alone with many times who's never been anything but gracious and gentleman and elevated me to the top level of his campaign the way he's elevated women in the Trump organization because he respects women," she told.
Essentially, what Conway is miserably trying to argue here is that since Trump never misbehaved with her, it’s unlikely he could be a bad person.
This logic is indeed as senseless and inapplicable in reality as it sounds.
Conway left everyone guessing with her incomplete response to the controversy surrounding Trump’s lewd remarks from 2005 captured on tape.
“I am with the campaign till the bitter end unless…” Conway said during an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews on Oct. 9, before giving an awkward pause.
“I'm sitting here as his campaign manager. I'm sitting here with you in the debate hall where he performed beautifully,” she added.
Following her ambiguous statement, analysts started guessing if Conway too would abandon the sinking Trump ship. But, as it turns out, she is not, after all.