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For all those Kellyanne Conway haters out there who were hoping she would be fired soon, don’t hold your breath.
President Donald Trump just delivered a clear message and it’s looking good for Conway’s job security. “I’m not gonna fire her. I think she’s a terrific person. She’s a tremendous spokesperson,” Trump said.
Trump - Statement - Interview - Friday - Morning
Trump made the statement during an interview Friday morning on “Fox & Friends.”
Conway recently came under fire after a government watchdog group asked that she be removed from office for alleged violations of the Hatch act. The accusations claim Conway repeatedly violated the law by making disparaging statements about political candidates during interviews and on Twitter.
Hatch - Act - Activity - Employees - Interference
The Hatch Act prohibits specified political activity of federal employees that might appear to be political interference.
The report was distributed by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel — a group different from the federal entity Robert Mueller oversaw.
Washington - Times - May - Conway - Hatch
As The Washington Times reported in May, Conway has been asked about her potential Hatch violations previously. “If you’re trying to silence me through the Hatch Act, it’s not going to work…Let me know when the jail sentence starts,” she responded.
If you think that the pressure on Conway might cause Trump to ask Conway to change her fiery approach, think again.
Trump - Conway - Responses - Questions
Trump made it clear he wants Conway to be able to give full-throated responses to the questions she is asked.
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