Published: Fri, July 14, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Kellyanne Conway uses flash cards to explain Russian Federation controversy

Kellyanne Conway uses flash cards to explain Russian Federation controversy

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, strongly defended President Donald Trump and his family on Hannity last night-but her choice of prop has sparked a quickly spreading meme.

Trump Jr. had a meeting with a Russian lawyer with government connections in an attempt to secure information about Hillary Clinton, a move that has critics accusing him of collusion.

Conway crossed out the word collusion and explained: "What's the conclusion?".

Conway, who is a special advisor to the president, was mocked mercilessly on Twitter for her freakish interview on Fox News' Hannity programme on Wednesday night (12 July).

"This is to help all the people at home", Conway said, holding up the first sheet of paper. "Conclusion, collusion: no. Illusion, delusion: yes", she said. So just so we're clear everyone, conclusion? This is how I see it so far. "I thought we'd have some fun with words".

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Trump Jr. has said he did not receive any "compromising information" and claims that lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya spent most of the meeting attacking USA sanctions against Russians.

Kellyanne Conway used flash cards Wednesday night to explain how the White House views recent scrutiny about the controversy over President Donald Trump's associates' potential ties to Russian Federation during the campaign.

She has also been crediting with generating renewed interest in George Orwell's classic novel 1984 after using the phrase "alternative facts" during an interview in January.

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He acknowledged that in retrospect he "probably would have done things a little differently".

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