Kellyanne Conway: ‘I Don’t Believe Journalists Are the Enemy of the People’

‘I think some journalists are the enemy of the relevant and enemy of the news you can use’


CONWAY: "I don't believe journalists are the enemy of the people. I think some journalists are enemy of the relevant and enemy of the news you can use and I think that most of the sins are sins of omission, not commission meaning why wouldn’t more reporters, Margaret, cover the Vice President read receiving the remains of our fallen in North Korea? Why less than a minute on one of major cable stations? Why? And I got to tell you, I don’t mention journalists by name. But I’m much more interested in the work of Alex Acosta than Jim Acosta, our Labor Secretary, because he's presiding over an economic boom. A doom was predicted, a boom is going on in our economy."



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