Conway responded to the eye roll that launched a thousand GIFs Thursday on Fox & Friends. 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.
Democratic senators sharply criticized Trump's decision to fire Comey on Tuesday, with some calling for a special prosecutor to investigate Russian meddling into the 2016 U.S. election and any connection to Trump's aides.
"All of a sudden the White House is concerned about James Comey's handling of Hillary Clinton's emails?" asked the host, in reference to the fact that Comey was purportedly fired over the matter, even after Trump praised the Federal Bureau of Investigation head's actions on the campaign trail.
"You're going back to the campaign", Conway said, CNN reports.
"Thanks for the trip down memory lane", Conway responded.
"Thanks for the trip down memory lane, I was on your show often last fall saying we were going to win MI and how we were going to do it". Conway said she was going to "ignore how unkind that is". I've missed her clueless double-talk and babbling answers. Like, "Can you imagine having a male anchor on a network roll eyes at Sean Spicer?"
The once ubiquitous Trump spokeswoman has been keeping a decidedly low profile in recent months - so much so that "Saturday Night Live" did a skit last week asking "Where in the World is Kellyanne Conway?". I have no doubt that she's probably experienced sexism and misogyny at some point in her life because, let's be honest, what woman hasn't?
"You know you want to question the timing of when he fires, when he hires", she said. Clinton, as well as her allies and supporters, have said on multiple occasions that Comey's bombshell announcement, along with Russia's interference, cost her the election. And the fact is that they showed all these clips and they showed candidate Trump in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Both statements were contradicted shortly afterwards by White House spokesman Sean Spicer.