Leaving an interview, counselor to President Trump Kellyanne Conway was swarmed by waiting White House reporters who asked her questions on the what she knew about the payment to Stormy Daniels and whether Trump is honest.
She declined to comment on when she learned that Trump reimbursed lawyer Michael Cohen after the payment to Daniels, saying she never heard about it during the 2016 campaign or last year as she worked at the White House.
Then, a reporter in the scrum asked if the press can count on Trump to be “honest.”
After that question, Conway stopped, turned around and dropped some hot fire.
“The president is very honest,” Conway said before launching into a list of the administration’s accomplishments.
“He promised to cut taxes, and he did. He promised to get North Korea and South Korea to sit down and change the course of history, and they are. He’s got his delegation over in China working on more fair, more reciprocal trade deals that stop screwing the American workers and American interests and American businesses.
We have a half a billion dollar trade deficit with them; it makes no sense to him. If you see him yesterday surrounded by different faith leaders of six different religions and you see the reformed man that he brought up to the podium, that’s the president that I work for, that’s the president I know.”