Kellyanne Conway RIPS HILLARY’S WEALTH On Today Show: “Did She Hit the Powerball?” (VIDEO)


Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway went on NBC’s Today show to talk about the Presidential race. The anchors were biased, asking whether Trump should stop in DC to unveil his new hotel.

Kellyanne said the hotel represents Trump’s accomplishments. His ability to build things. His ability to fix things.

Then, she ripped into how Hillary got wealthy.  


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From the video:

Savannah Guthrie asked a biased question: Why is Trump unveiling his hotel rather than asking for votes?

Kellyanne answered: “Well he’s doing all of the above, Savannah. Twelve stops in Florida over the last two and a half days. You see it reflected in that new Bloomberg poll. He’s ahead of Hillary Clinton by 2 points, even though she’s outspent us by 8-1 on the air in Florida. He’s making a pit stop here in Washington, and his under budget, ahead of schedule is really remarkable. It shows Americans the tangible accomplishments of Donald Trump. He’s somebody who builds things. He’s somebody who fixes things.

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Hillary Clinton went from dead broke to being a quarter of a billionaire. How did she do that? Did she bring a company public? Did she build great hotels? Did she hit the Powerball? None of the above. She sold access!

If the media weren’t dishonest, they’d ask the same question of Hillary: Did she hit the Powerball?


Hillary is hopelessly corrupt!

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