Kellyanne Conway: Anderson Cooper Eye Roll was 'Sexist'

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Kellyanne Conway thinks Anderson Cooper rolling his eyes at her during an interview on CNN this week was sexist.

"This had nothing to do with Russian Federation, as much as somebody must be getting $50 every time the word is said, I'm convinced, on TV", Conway told Cooper at the end of the interview.

We didn't ask for Kellyanne Conway to make a comeback but here she is, ready to dish out a new onslaught of alternative facts.

Kellyanne Conway returned to television screens to defend President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey Tuesday night, and she's already elicited strong reactions.

The host had been questioning Conway about the dismissal, specifically because the surprising move was in direct contrast with the sentiments Trump expressed while on the campaign trail, where he often praised Comey's choice to reopen an investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.

Conway responded, "You are conflating two things that don't belong together".

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"Thanks for the trip down memory lane". "Thanks for the trip down memory lane, I was on your show often last fall saying we were going to win MI and how we were going to do it, so that was fun. Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse for why her disastrous candidacy and campaign lost six months ago", Conway said. Conway said she was going to "ignore how unkind that is".

Harris Faulkner said "it's not a good look" for a journalist to be rolling their eyes as Cooper did.

Then, she alleged a double standard.

When confronted by BuzzFeed about her support of a white nationalist, she claimed she didn't do it and didn't know who did. "[Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein] brought those concerns to the attorney general who brought them to the president who made the decision to remove [Comey]" Ms. Conway said on CNN. 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.

Cuomo pushed back on the implication that Trump let Comey go because he falsely testified about one of Hillary Clinton's top aides.

But Ms Conway said in the interview it "has nothing to do with Russia".