White House adviser Kellyanne Conway's appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" turned edgy when the host asked her about her husband's tweets, which have been critical of her boss, President Donald Trump.
As for the comments Conway made about CNN, Bash said, "I didn't know how to take it really".
When Bash claimed she would have asked the same question to a man, Conway replied, "No you wouldn't".
Vox said it was hypocritical for a Trump administration official to answer in this way after the way President Trump attacked not just Hillary but Bill Clinton on the campaign trail and that Trump had goaded fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe about his wife Jill's loss in a Virginia state senate campaign. "So this is a fascinating "crossing the Rubicon moment"... and I'll leave it at that".
Conway alleged a double-standard was in place that a male guest wouldn't be asked the same question.
As the two battled Conway added, "You just brought him into this".
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Conway's response: "It's fascinating to me that CNN would go there".
But the real icing on the hypocrisy cake came when Conway suggested that Bash would not have asked her the question about her husband's tweets if she were a man, to which Bash responded that gender had nothing to do with her question. "Are we going to do that?" "We're now going to talk about other people's spouses and significant others just because they either work in the White House or at CNN?" Debra, you're a friend, a mentor, and a role model for so many, including me, and I'm excited to continue this conversation with you and all of the leading women from tonight's event.
Despite Bash repeatedly trying to insert that attacking Conway was not the point of her questioning, Conway barreled along.
Shortly after Conway's interview on CNN aired, her husband retweeted a message from Maggie Haberman, the New York Times' chief White House correspondent, who has been a recent subject of the President's ire online.
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