Con­way says she’ll help Trump, in­side or out­side ad­min­is­tra­tion

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS - — David Sherfin­ski

Kellyanne Con­way, Pres­i­dent-elect Don­ald Trump’s for­mer cam­paign man­ager, said on Thurs­day that she would soon ei­ther be work­ing in the new ad­min­is­tra­tion or be on the out­side to “haunt” law­mak­ers who try to get in Mr. Trump’s way.

Ms. Con­way said she has al­ready turned down the po­si­tion of White House press sec­re­tary, but didn’t rule out an­other role within the ad­min­is­tra­tion.

“I’m go­ing to sup­port him. I’m ei­ther go­ing to go out­side and build this sur­round sound su­per­struc­ture so that ev­ery time some­body tries to get in his way with leg­is­la­tion he wants to pass, I will be there to haunt them,” she said on MSNBC’s “Morn­ing Joe.”

“In­clud­ing the 10 Democrats that are up in 2018 in states that he just won, and the ad­di­tional five or six that are in states … that he came close to win­ning,” she said. “That’s very im­por­tant. I want this guy to have 60 or 61 sen­a­tors af­ter 2018. Or I’ll go in­side.”


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