Kellyanne Conway Obliterates CNN’s Chris Cuomo – VIDEO

While on CNN, Kellyanne Conway obliterates CNN’s Chris Cuomo. “Are you at all embarrassed that your network talks more about Russia than America?” Conway quipped while going back and forth with Cuomo.

A story was published by the New York Times that accused Donald Trump Jr. of talking to a Russian person ion June 2016.

Conway was having a lot of fun at the expense of Cuomo. “I admire your moxie, sitting there with that CNN logo right near you talking about credibility issues,” Kellyanne taunted.

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“I could not be more proud to have that CNN chyron,” Cuomo fired back.

Conway responded, “And I could not be more proud to be here representing the White House. You wanted to produce something [showing Trump dealing with Russians], because you’ve invested months now, as a network, in something that simply doesn’t exist.”

Watch the video.

Kellyanne Conway Obliterates CNN’s Chris Cuomo

Kellyanne called Cuomo out for CNN’s Trump-Russia agenda. Cuomo had no response. The entire Trump administration is hellbent on holding CNN accountable and it’s great to see. They have no idea how to respond to it.

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