White House aide Kellyanne Conway made a noteworthy appearance tonight at the 2020 Republican National Convention.
She announced, “What I would say is, I don’t let anybody define me and nobody can make you feel badly without your permission.”
”I think that American couples can disagree and all of that, but I preferred to remain much more private about that and try to use my social media platform to not attack people.”
Then to address her upcoming departure said, “What I’m doing is what millions and millions of parents across the country are doing, which is trying to navigate this new not-so-normal where the kids are learning from home, and I want to be there for them.”
She shared with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum, “You don’t come here for the money. What I make here in a year I used to make in a few speeches …you come here for the love of country, to think you can be one molecule that’s a positive force for change.”
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