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Kellyanne Conway: Tax Cut Bonuses Aren’t ‘Crumbs’ — ‘This Is Real Bread’

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway slammed Democrat Nancy Pelosi during a panel at the Conservative Political Action Conference Friday.

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“These are not crumbs,” the White House adviser stated. “This is real bread. I think people are seeing that already. This is some real serious dough.”

Rep. Pelosi has repeatedly referred to bonuses given to American workers in the wake of Trump’s tax cuts as “crumbs.”

Some of these bonuses were as high as $3,000 for individuals.

“A number of bonuses — one of the bonuses was in a union contract and then they added a little more money to that,” Pelosi said in January. “That same firm just told the employees they were going to be laying off 1,500 people and if they wanted to save their jobs, they could work 32 hours. In terms of the bonus that corporate America receives versus the crumbs they are giving to workers to put the schmooze on is so pathetic.” (RELATED: ‘Crumbs’ — Pelosi Dismisses Workers’ ‘Pathetic’ Tax Reform Bonuses)

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