The New York Daily News reports:
Donald Trump’s new spinster might be a little spun out. Kellyanne Conway, promoted last week to be the mogul’s new campaign manager, denied Sunday that her new boss had ever insulted anyone.
“He doesn’t hurl personal insults,” Conway said on ABC’s “This Week.” “He, just this week — look what he talked about. He’s bringing the case right to communities of color in Michigan, and he’s speaking to all Americans when he does that. What he’s doing is he’s challenging the Democratic Party. He’s challenging President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s legacy.”
However, Donald Trump’s signature feature as a candidate has been his ability to degrade women, decorated war veterans, his fellow competitors for the nomination, and almost everyone in between, with sharp, bombastic insults.
He also created a litany of condensing and childish nicknames for his opponents, including “Lyin’ Ted” (Ted Cruz), “Little Marco” (Marco Rubio) and “Crooked Hillary” (Hillary Clinton). Conway, nevertheless, appeared to forget each and every one of them.
“I don’t like when people hurl personal insults, that will never change,” Conway said. “I’m the mother of four small children. That would be a terrible example for me to feel otherwise.”
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) August 21, 2016
Best. Week. Ever. on @ThisWeekABC “This was the best week…in the Trump campaign…he’s been able to be himself the authentic Donald Trump”
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) August 21, 2016