Kellyanne Conway Interview – White House Updates…

Senior Advisor Kellyanne Conway appears on Fox and Friends to discuss the latest White House information. The Mostly Swamp Media (MSM) are running out of ‘muh russsia ammo’.

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52 Responses to Kellyanne Conway Interview – White House Updates…

    • starshollow88 says:

      Laura needs to be in the WH helping the POTUS MAGA, the sooner the better.

      Liked by 7 people

      • npsrangerman says:

        Global Warming is a farce at best, a fraud at worst. The cabal pushing this is just one big organized Bernie Madoff socialist operation trying to rip off WORKING TAX PAYERS (the only kind of course). It is a globalistic redistribution of income effort of the highest order. Our leaders need to be stating the obvious.

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    • Ingraham correctly pointed out that the ball is in Congress’s court, and that pressure needs to be appled to Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell to have them get President Trump’s agenda accomplished. IMO, so much happening in DC and on the news is little more than pure distraction from Democrat obstructionism and GOPe collusion.

      Liked by 21 people

    • nontroll says:

      Brian Kilmeade is RINO nevertrumper. I can’t stand him. Sometimes he actually tries to hide it – but pay attention to the questions he asks – dead giveaway.

      Liked by 16 people

  1. “Explosive” interview?

    Liked by 3 people

  2. labrat says:

    KOC should have stayed in bed this morning. WTF was that?

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  3. El Torito says:

    Kilmeade is Explosive diarrhea. Sorry, can’t stand him. You can keep Laura too.

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Magagirl says:

    The Paris agreement gives $3 trillion, TRILLION!! To third world countries as an incentive to do more “green” stuff. This is insane! 99% of that money is going to go to the pockets of cortupt politicians.

    Liked by 23 people

  5. yy4u says:

    Paris Accord an albatross around America’s neck? Laura, that was the point! The One World Government (Globalism) REQUIRES no lone superpower. Barack Obama’s Iran deal was supposed to give Iran hegemony over the Middle East and Africa. The One Worlders expect Russia to be hegemonic over West Asia and East Europe, China over the bulk of Asia. Cripple the USA militarily (which BO did) and economically (which the Paris Accord does) and the USA is no problem to anybody and we can continue our steady march of one world government which benefits the 1% and government(s) at the expense of individuals. In their opinion American citizens consumed more of the world’s riches than they were entitled to so America had to be kneecapped. Electing Hillary was supposed to be the coup d’grace, but if she slipped up, there was supposed to be Jeb! to do the same thing. And then along came Trump to throw a monkey wrench into the whole plan. WE WERE SAVED!

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    • nontroll says:

      Micron, Herr Merkel and their minions having a major hissy fit, lol:

      Pulling out of the agreement could have major economic consequences. The U.S. could lose jobs in a clean energy industry estimated to be worth $6 trillion by 2030. Countries could put a tariff on American-made imports. And investors could sour on the U.S. amid what they see as instability sown by sclerotic regulation of carbon emissions.

      The diplomatic ramifications could be worse. Quitting the deal could brand the nation as a “rogue country“ and a “climate pariah” as it loses its seat at the negotiating table on global climate policy. Moreover, the U.S. risks ceding global influence to rival superpower China, which has already promised to support poorer countries’ efforts to adapt to climate change.

      Read more: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/05/29/desperate-paris-agreement-advocates-the-usa-is-a-rogue-country-better-off-out/

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      • nontroll says:

        Not only are we “deplorables” I guess we’re all now “climate pariahs”. Cool.

        Liked by 7 people

        • yy4u says:

          Cool? nontrol. Are we back to global cooling? I’m getting whiplash, cooling, warming, cooling, warming — Oh, I know. CLIMATE CHANGE! That covers ALL the basis. (a lotta snark here — you guys can figure out what’s what).

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          • Malatrope says:

            It should be called “Climate Gyration”. That would be closer to what it actually does.

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          • G. Combs says:

            Actually it is back to cooling in real life. The climate (with this continent configuration) is bistable. We WERE in the warm state. Now the sun has gone back to sleep.

            …………..
            “In the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, Usoskin et al. “present the first fully adjustment-free physical reconstruction of solar activity” covering the past 3,000 years, which record allowed them “to study different modes of solar activity at an unprecedented level of detail.” Their reconstruction of solar activity displays several “distinct features,” including several “well-defined Grand minima of solar activity, ca. 770 BC, 350 BC, 680 AD, 1050 AD, 1310 AD, 1470 AD, and 1680 AD,” as well as “the modern Grand maximum (which occurred during solar cycles 19-23, i.e., 1950-2009),” described as “a rare or even unique event, in both magnitude and duration, in the past three millennia.” […]
            According to Usoskin et al. (2014), the Sun “shows strong variability in its magnetic activity, from Grand minima to Grand maxima, but the nature of the variability is not fully understood, mostly because of the insufficient length of the directly observed solar activity records and of uncertainties related to long-term reconstructions.”
            Now, however, in an attempt to overcome such uncertainties, Usoskin et al. “present the first fully adjustment-free physical reconstruction of solar activity” covering the past 3,000 years, which record allowed them “to study different modes of solar activity at an unprecedented level of detail.” – www DOT co2science.org/articles/V17/N32/C1.php
            …..

            The actual paper: A History of Solar Activity over Millennia — Usoskin et al.

            (Page 44)
            It is important that some (semi)empirical relations forming the basis for the proxy method are established for the recent decades of high solar activity. The end of the Modern grand maximum of activity and the current low level of activity, characterized by the highest ever observed cosmic ray flux as recorded by ground-based neutron monitors, the very low level of the HMF and geomagnetic activity, should help to verify the connections between solar activity, cosmic ray fluxes, geomagnetic activity, the heliospheric magnetic field, and open field. Since some of these connections are somewhat controversial, these extreme conditions should help to quantify them better.

            Norway Experiencing Greatest Glacial Activity in the past 1,000 years

            ABSTRACT:
            We explore the possibility of building a continuous glacier reconstruction by analyzing the integrated sedimentary response of a large (440 km2) glacierized catchment in western Norway, as recorded in the downstream lake Nerfloen (N61°56′, E6°52′). A multi-proxy numerical analysis demonstrates that it is possible to distinguish a glacier component in the ~8000-yr-long record, based on distinct changes in grain size, geochemistry, and magnetic composition. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) reveals a strong common signal in the 15 investigated sedimentary parameters, with the first principal component explaining 77% of the total variability. This signal is interpreted to reflect glacier activity in the upstream catchment, an interpretation that is independently tested through a mineral magnetic provenance analysis of catchment samples. Minimum glacier input is indicated between 6700-5700 cal yr BP, probably reflecting a situation when most glaciers in the catchment had melted away, whereas the highest glacier activity is observed around 600 and 200 cal yr BP. During the local Neoglacial interval (~4200 cal yr BP until present), five individual periods of significantly reduced glacier extent are identified at ~3400, 3000-2700, 2100-2000, 1700-1500, and ~900 cal yr BP.

            The authors simply state that most glaciers likely didn’t exist 6,000 years ago, but the highest period of the glacial activity has been in the past 600 years.….

            Global Warming? WHAT Global Warming? If CO2 actually increases the earth’s temperature then we should be releasing as much CO2 as possible!

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    • GW says:

      Absolutely ! Let’s hope he dumps Paris and can achieve some legislative victories in the coming months – eg. Tax Reform and gain some steam heading into 2018. We need Congressional victories, especially Senate, in the mid-terms !

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  6. Peter G says:

    “The administration has hired former Karl Rove acolyte Mike Dubke to his communications team.”
    BYE

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Howie says:

    Conway is a Super Babbler. On and on in passive voice. Intolerable.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Howie says:

    To watch MSM keep one handy.

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  9. gary says:

    FOX NEWS ALERT!
    In 2mins it will be 1:30PM and it will be the start of next program! Don’t miss this IMPORTANT show only on FOX NETWORK! The NEW Liberal News NETWORK! FOX (Fake Love and Kisses) Fake ox ox ox (f-ox)

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  10. duchess01 says:

    Considering the stupid questions she was asked, I think Kellyanne did just fine – besides, she is not going to tell them anything that should come from other sources – like the horse’s mouth – these dumb media people keep trying to get information they are not entitled to have – nor is she able to share even if she did know – they are so stuck on stupid – it’s disheartening.

    As far as Laura is concerned – I have no interest in what she has to say – she is no expert on anything – imho – there isn’t a person here who could not give that interview – provide a clear, concise analysis succinctly and intelligently – she has nothing to offer because it is all guesswork – I cannot believe people ask and/or value her opinion – No Thanks!

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    • fleporeblog says:

      I don’t need Laura to confirm something my President made clear to me at the end of April!

      His decision has been made and all the signs have been right in front of us and them. Remember the rally in Harrisburg, PA at the end of April.

      Starts at the 13:00 minute mark. He says that America will stand to lose $2.6 trillion dollars over 10 years from its GPS while China, India and Russia will pay nothing.

      Also our Secretary of EPA has removed 9 out of 18 scientists from its science review board and replaced them with business folks.

      http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/08/politics/epa-scott-pruitt-board/index.html

      From the article linked above:

      The Environmental Protection Agency dismissed half the scientists who serve on a science review board that plays a crucial role in the work the EPA does, CNN has learned Monday.

      Our President is also looking to reduce the EPA budget by 30%.

      http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/19/politics/congress-epa-final-budget-cuts/index.html

      From the article linked above:

      Some of the biggest cuts would go to categorical grants for science and technology and environmental program and management spending, which would face 40% and 35% decreases, respectively. Some of the hardest-hit programs would include clean air efforts in the environmental program and management category, which would be cut nearly in half.

      We are talking about an Energy explosion happening soon in the US like no one has seen. Interior Secretary Zinke is rolling back the Obozo land grabs and opening up huge parts of Utah for leading so that folks can take advantage of the coal found in those lands.

      https://www.doi.gov/pressreleases/secretary-zinke-issues-lease-56-million-tons-coal-central-utah

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  11. NJF says:

    Did they ever figure out what the red lights were? Lol

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  12. Skinner says:

    I suspect the red lights were a infra red sweep of the kitchen area for bugs (the spy kind…)

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  13. yy4u says:

    The Democrats learn the song they’re supposed to sing and they sing it on key and loudly all the time. The Republicans can’t carry a tune in a bucket and besides they can’t be bothered to pick up the songbook. I notice here in the CTH, we all have our own opinions which is good, but if we don’t like one of Trump’s choices/spokespersons, etc., we attack as savagely as a starving shark. And that is why the Democrats win even when they lose.

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  14. Donna in Oregon says:

    Prepare the Trump war room. Bring in the killers. Remove all the Obama leftovers, put them all in a special department and then eliminate the department and lay them off. Ride Congress like Seabiscuit. MAGA.

    Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      Transfer to a Turkey Farm on the Aleutian Islands in Alaska so the can keep watch for Muh-Russians.

      These will do:

      (Islands of the Four Mountains)
      “The Islands are almost free from trees and are covered with a dense growth of shrub like plants with costal areas covered in peat bog, wet spongy layers of decomposing vegetation. The islands are said to be one of the rainiest places in the United States with an average of 250 rainy days a year, which is more precipitation than rainy Seattle or Vancouver. They are under an almost constant fog with seasonal temperatures ranging from 30-52 degrees Fahrenheit. (Yikes, that is a little chilly for this former Canadian who now has some thin Florida blood.) The Aleutians are known as the birthplace of the winds; the cradle of the storms. The climate in the chain can change in an instant with Williwaws, sudden gusts of strong winds descending from the cold snowy mountains to the sea, developing seemingly out of no where. “ http://www.floridabeachestotheberingsea.com/2012/08/geography-101-aleutian-isands.html

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  15. wodiej says:

    Ingraham explained it pretty well. Sometimes you don’t know who will be a good fit until they take on the role. All of the whiners are just a distraction.

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