Another 'Alternative Fact?' Conway Claims She Wasn't Being 'Sidelined'

CNN claims Kellyanne Conway was sidelined after statements opposing the administration’s stance, but she claims the network is using her as “click bait.”

Kellyanne Conway, the inventor of alternative facts and creator of the non-existing “Bowling Green Massacre,” was reportedly sidelined from making TV appearances.

However, Trump’s White House counselor disagrees, with a rather unreal perspective.

“I'm not sidelined. Somebody's trying to stir up trouble,” she said in a recent interview with Fox News's Sean Hannity

“If I'm out for a few days with four kids looking at houses and schools, a lot of my colleagues aren't trying to figure out how to be a mother of four kids, I assure you,” she added.   

According to the CNN, Conway was nowhere to be seen on TV as a result of her misinformed claims stating President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn had “the full confidence of the president” mere hours before his resignation. 

Her point was not in line with the administration’s stance as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the President Trump had himself asked Flynn for his resignation.

"Trump was using her as an effective surrogate, then she started becoming ineffective," said one of the sources said. "So they're letting the heat cool off." The network cited White House sources, but Conway believes that she was being used as “click bait.”

However, the media thinks otherwise.

The hosts of MSNBC’s show “Morning Joe” were so annoyed with her swooning facts defending Flynn mere hours before his resignation, they decided to ban her from the show.

However, Trump’s avid follower, Hannity, made it look like Conway is impossible to be yanked out of the TV.

“How long have you been booked on my show? It's impossible you were sidelined,” he said.    

Conway continued with her media blame game and rants, followed by praises for her president.

“Some people talk about biased and fair coverage. My grievance is full coverage. We want the complete story told. President Trump has actioned 23, maybe 24 executive actions but basically one of them has gotten all of the attention,” she said.“There are such great stories to tell, facts and figures, that we just want to make sure are reaching people. It's why so many people don't like the president using Twitter, well too bad; he's cutting out the middle man.”

Earlier this month, Conway crossed all the lines by blatantly advertising Ivanka Trump’s fashion line from the White House briefing room.

She told viewers to "go buy Ivanka's stuff."

Now after having to go through all these ordeals, Conway definitely needed this break.

Banner and thumbnail credit: Reuters, Joshua Roberts 

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