Trump Backers Feel Betrayed He is Consider Romney for Secretary of State

Kellyanne Conway, the campaign manager of Donald Trump, said that Trump backers feel betrayed he is considering Romney for Secretary of State. On Sunday morning, Conway was on CNN and unloaded on Mitt Romney even being considered as a Secretary of State candidate. Here is the video clip so you can see for yourself.

Kellyanne Conway: Trump Backers Feel Betrayed

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If you don’t have audio, here is one of the hardest hitting clips of the interview from Conway:

“The backlash from the grassroots, I’m hearing people saying, “hey my parents died penniless, but I gave 216 dollars to Donald Trump’s campaign and I feel betrayed.” I’ve had people say. “I thought we got rid of this type.” What I’m just saying is we don’t even know if Mitt Romney voted for Donald Trump. He put Evan McMullin up in Utah. So I think there are concerns that those of us who are loyal have. You want someone, a Secretary of State who is loyal to the president and the president’s vision of the world.”

It looks like someone actually gets it when it comes to what type of people Trump should surround himself with. Mitt Romney went out of his way to tear down Donald Trump during the election. Well, now that President-elect Trump won, he has changed his tune. Kellyanne Conway doesn’t buy it and neither should Donald Trump.

Trump Backers Feel Betrayed

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