Kellyanne Conway: I’m A Success In The GOP Because I Know How To Think Like A Man And Behave Like A Lady

Jezebel reports:

In an interview with Time, Kellyanne Conway discussed the lack of leadership roles in the Republican party—can you believe it?—when she got her start in politics, describing working for the GOP as a woman in the 1990s as like “walking into the men’s locker room at the Elks Club holding a bachelor party.”

She credits her “comfort level” in the GOP, which led to her rise to the position of, as she puts it, “the highest ranking non-relative female in his White House,” right next to her main man, to her ability “to think like a man and to behave like a lady.”

The full Time feature is here.