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Conway Blasts Obama’s ‘Unbecoming’ Decision To Attack Trump’s ‘Working Folks’ Supporters [VIDEO]

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Christian Datoc Audience Development Manager

During a Wednesday morning interview of Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom,” Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway criticized President Obama for making jokes about the “working folks” who support Donald Trump.

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“Very unfortunate, very disappointing, very unbecoming for a president of the United States,” Conway told host Martha MacCallum. “Commander-in-Chief indeed.” (VIDEO: Obama Makes Fun Of ‘Working Folks’ Who Support Trump) 

“He can make jokes in front of a comfortable, friendly audience, Martha, about Donald Trump, trying to ridicule him. He sounds like most of the pundits on TV today, frankly.”

Conway argued that stumping for Clinton, “doesn’t really create a job. It doesn’t insure one person who is struggling for healthcare. It doesn’t cover childcare that Donald Trump and Ivanka covered right outside of Philadelphia where the president was.”

Barack Obama campaigns for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on September 13, 2016 in Philadelphia (Getty Images)

Barack Obama campaigns for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on September 13, 2016 in Philadelphia (Getty Images)

“I know the left is getting desperate because they’re starting to wonder if Donald Trump can actually do this and win,” She continued. “We’ve had an amazing several weeks. She’s had a rough few days, and I don’t think he wants his legacy squandered on a Hillary Clinton loss.”

Conway also noted that “anytime Barack Obama mentions a golf course, [she] can’t help but laughing out loud.”

“It’s not a good look for him, frankly, given where he’s spent so much of his presidential time.”

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