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WATCH: Kellyanne Conway Says ‘We’re Accepting Apologies Today’ After Mueller Report Release

Conway also said President Trump is in a great mood following the release of the Mueller Report.



Kellyanne Conway Accepting Apologies Today

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald J. Trump, spoke to the media this morning regarding the release of the redacted Mueller Report, telling journalists the president is in a very good mood and that the administration is “accepting apologies today” for the two years of hysteria and lies.

Conway told the media that the report, which was redacted with help from Robert Mueller’s team, “makes very clear that this White House, and this president, and none of us got in their way,” and that they cooperated fully.

“Every request that they issued was actually responded to and fulfilled.”

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She said it should end the #RussiaGate hysteria, and told the media that she and the White House are “Accepting apologies today, too, for anyone who feels the grace in offering them,” adding that “there was no collusion, and there certainly was no criminal conspiracy with any Russians.”

Conway also revealed that President Trump is in high spirits today with the release of the exonerating report.

“Honestly it’s time to move on, total exoneration,” said Conway. “The president’s in a great mood.”

She also slammed members of the media for fantasizing about President Trump’s family and members of his administration being arrested, and said they should be ashamed for spreading these rumors throughout Washington, D.C. and in print and on television.

Hammering home that there was no collusion, Conway said “I know that was the promise and the wish of many people, many people who for some reason you give a lot of air time and ink to, who have zero credibility now, who promised collusion, who swore there would be criminal conspiracy,” said Conway.

She continued, lambasting those “Who would whisper in my ear that my colleagues or members of the Trump family, or both, would be headed to jail, would be indicted by the grand jury, would be taken to prison.”

“I mean, that’s really a disgrace.”

The president’s advisor and long time confidante at one point held up a copy of the Mueller report and gestured toward the cameras.

“This is the success of the Democrats in the first 100 days of Congress,” said Conway holding up the papers, “Here it is. There’s nothing.”


Mitch McConnell Censured by Nelson County, Kentucky Republican Party for Betrayal of President Trump

Kentucky Republicans aren’t happy.



Kentucky Senator and Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has been formally censured by the Nelson County, Kentucky Republican Party, with party officials accusing the establishment Republican of betraying President Donald Trump.

A censure resolution was unanimously approved on Tuesday evening, in response to McConnell’s claim that President Trump was responsible for a raucous protest at the US Capitol earlier this month.

The censure “demands (McConnell) retract his statements impugning the honor of President Donald J. Trump,” referring to claims made that President Trump incited the Capitol riot. President Trump had urged rallygoers to proceed to the Capitol peacefully, before a small minority of those present took matters too far and trespassed onto Capitol grounds, disrupting election certification proceedings.

I think it’s despicable. I think it’s a shame what he did today, because he used us over the past year to get his sorry butt reelected,” said a Kentucky Republican who phoned into the Nelson County GOP meeting in which McConnell was censured. “He used us.

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The censure resolution accuses McConnell of  having “abandoned his Republican base that put him in office.

McConnell has even gone so far as to suggest that he’d consider convicting President Trump in an impeachment trial, even after he’s left office. Such a development would represent no less than a final, ultimate betrayal of President Trump, with legal experts suggesting such a move isn’t even legal, with the Senate lacking jurisdiction to convict a private citizen.

Kentucky Republicans are also pushing for a rebuke of McConnell within  the Kentucky Republican Party at the state level, and activists aim to pass a resolution requesting that McConnell shut down a second, hoax impeachment trial of President Trump, who has since left office.

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