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CNN Panel Dismantles Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Bonkers’ Bob Corker Criticism


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President Donald Trump’s confidant Kellyanne Conway criticized Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) for his “irresponsible” tweets about the president  — and the irony was not lost on Anderson Cooper and his fabricated row on Monday

“World leaders see that,” Conway pronounced of Corker’s tweets job the White House an adult day care. “We all worked with Sen. Corker over the years and we appreciate him for his service, but I find tweets like this to be incredibly irresponsible.”

“And that happened,” horde Anderson Cooper pronounced after personification a clip from Conway’s Monday morning “Fox Friends” interview. “The irony, of course, is for Kellyanne Conway to be observant Bob Corker’s twitter is irresponsible nonetheless to completely back the boss on all of his tweets.”

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USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers concluded with Cooper, observant the juncture is “completely bonkers.”

“I don’t consider what Bob Corker did was senatorial or mature or really an appropriate way to respond,” Powers continued, “but neither is flattering much everything Donald Trump tweets.”

“There’s never been a twitter that she didn’t figure out some way to justify, defend, be outraged that anybody didn’t understand,” former Obama help Van Jones chimed in. “Her whole shtick is getting out there and fortifying this stuff. So for her to then ramble out into the immeasurable tundra of American society and start lecturing or hectoring anybody about anything on Twitter is ludicrous.”

Watch the row giggle about Conway’s latest antics below, around CNN.

Noor Al-Sibai is a news author for Bustle whose work has seemed in Everyday Feminism and in several internal publications around North Carolina. 

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