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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Vile: George Conway Attacks Rep. Elise Stefanik, Calls Her ‘Lying Trash’

But even that was mild compared to the person who really flipped out, George Conway, the Never Trump husband of Kellyanne Conway, whose hatred of Trump is well-known. He lost it on her completely, calling her “lying trash.”
RedState  "Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) really lit it up with great questions of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch on Friday.
"Folks on the right praised her persistence, having to deal with the efforts of House Intel Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) trying to shut her down when she was yielded time by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the ranking member, and then bringing out two great points when she had her own time questioning – that under the Obama administration, U.S. officials had concerns and asked questions about Hunter Biden and Burisma and defensive lethal aid was provided to Ukraine not by the Obama Administration, but by the Trump Administration.  . . ."
But the true measure of how well she did was how angry the left was in response and how she was trashed by those on the left. Literally. Here’s Lawfare Executive Editor and CNN legal analyst Susan Hennessey saying that Stefanik had “trashed” her reputation.

Dem Leader: Give Trump Credit, He’s Done More to ‘Punch Back’ at Russia Than Bush, Obama . . . "Consequently   I feel like, for many years, particularly our near-peer adversaries, like Russia and China — they were able to attack America in the cyber domain with very little fear of us punching back,” Warner concluded on the issue. “I think we’ve taken off some of those restraints. I think that is good, long term. We need to realize these challenges, particularly in the cyber domain, will be where the first shots of 21st century conflict will take place." ” . . .

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