SE Cupp: Kellyanne Conway is wrong about Anderson Cooper's eyeroll

Anderson Cooper interviews Kellyanne Conway

Anderson Cooper's reaction to Kellyanne's desperate wriggling consisted of one iconic eye-roll because he, like any breathing human being, refuses to take Kellyanne Conway seriously. In an interview with Fox and Friends on Thursday, Conway claimed the eye roll was sexist. Conway believes so. But that being said, it is one thing for Conway to call out Cooper for his unprofessional behavior toward her, and it is another thing entirely for her to invalidate the sexism faced by other women.

Appearing on Cooper's CNN show on Tuesday, Conway was working hard to defend President Trump's decision to fire the man leading the investigation into his campaign's contacts with Russia, FBI director Jim Comey.

"He had me sit through a bunch of tapes showing then-candidate Trump expending Comey about Hillary Clinton's emails and talking about him", said Conway.

"You're conflating two things that don't belong together".

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Conway, as she's wont to do, deflected by thanking Cooper for the "trip down memory lane". Conway also didn't address the president's sudden change in opinion, instead pivoting to how she'd appeared on Cooper's show in the fall and predicted that they would win MI.

"And let me tell you something, Hillary Clinton is in search of sexism as a lame excuse as toy-to-why her disastrous campaign lost six months ago".

Conway explained that's when Cooper rolled his eyes at her. I don't have to imagine Hillary Clinton receiving disrespectful eye rolls for her elegant and direct answers to questions because we already saw that from Donald Trump during each of their presidential debates.

Days after Saturday Night Live asked "Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway?".

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Honestly, anyone who can interview Conway for 10 minutes before rolling their eyes is a hero in my book.

Ms. Conway said Mr. Comey's own actions brought Mr. Rosenstein to this conclusion, not influence from the White House over the investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation. She went on to say that Comey had even assured the president that he was not under investigation, a statement found in Comey's firing letter.

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

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