Trump campaign manager: Some GOP elites trashing Trump engaged in sexual harassment

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Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, doubled down on her accusations of sexual harassment against unnamed members of Congress on Sunday. (Courtesy Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0)

After audio of lewd comments made by GOP nominee Donald Trump were made public, a number of GOP elites trashed Trump, withdrawing their support, and essentially demanding Trump step down, handing America over to Hillary Clinton and her puppet-master, George Soros.  But, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told MSNBC, some of those same elites have engaged in actual sexual harassment, Roll Call reported:

Donald Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway accused some unnamed members of Congress of sexual harassment Sunday night, after a slew of Republican lawmakers withdrew their support for their party’s presidential nominee after video footage from 2005 revealed him making lewd comments regarding his advances towards women.

“I would talk to some of the members of Congress there when I was younger and prettier, them rubbing against girls, sticking their tongues down women’s throats who were uninvited, didn’t like it,” Conway said in an interview on MSNBC after Sunday night’s presidential debate.

“You’re saying, ‘yeah,’ because you know it’s true,” Conway told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews.

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“And some of them, by the way, are on the list of people who won’t support Donald Trump because they all ride around on their high horse,” she added, without naming any names.

“There are members of Congress, current and former, who have rubbed up against women and who have put their tongues in their mouths, uninvited,” Conway said. “Maybe when I was younger and prettier that may have happened to me.”

“In other words, these people on their high horses are accusing him of being this awful person,” she added. “And really the words, I think, that were most harmful is when everybody is running around saying, ‘He’s condoning sexual assault.’ No he’s not.”

That could very well be happening, depending on what Republican elites decide to do after a super-special meeting set to be held Monday afternoon.

“We can name them and shame them,” Conway said. “Yeah, guys. Shouldn’t have done it.”

Of course, it doesn’t change what was said 11 years ago, but it does illustrate the hypocrisy of some #NeverTrump types now clutching their collective pearls while throwing their support to Hillary Clinton, perhaps the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party.


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