“Talk about fake news, talk about alternative facts: What happened last week? I went on three network Sunday shows. I spoke for 35 minutes on three network Sunday shows. You know what got picked? The fact that I said, ‘alternative facts.’ Not the fact that I ripped a new one to some of those hosts for never covering the facts that matter to America’s women — 16.1 women in poverty as we sit here, the 12.4 million women who have no health insurance,” said Conway, suggesting that people like Todd and ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos were addicted to phony issues and not big-time issues.
Conway represents the man who sent his press secretary out on his second day in office to complain about portrayal of his inaugural crowd size.