REPORTER: The Hatch Act [inaudible] political activity by federal employees. You’re covered by the Hatch Act, and in fact, the Justice Department’s Office of Special Counsel found that you’ve twice violated the Hatch Act in 2018, while speaking about the Alabama special senatorial election.CONWAY: And? And I didn’t. They actually misquoted my interview.REPORTER: [Inaudible]CONWAY: Actually, Brian Kilmeade on “Fox & Friends” said, “So, vote Roy Moore?” And I said, “No, I’m not saying that. I could never say that.” You have to go back and pull the full quotes. I know it won’t fit in a tweet or won’t fit in a text, or it’s not an exciting soundbite or a chyron, but you have to go get the facts.
REPORTER: I’m quoting the Office of Special Counsel which says —CONWAY: I don’t really care. Listen —QUESTION: — [inaudible] mixed official government business with political —CONWAY: Right, blah, blah. Listen —QUESTION: — [inaudible] about candidates in the Alabama special election.CONWAY: Right. Blah, blah, blah. Right. I’m sorry, are you talking about something from a year and half ago? Do you have — do you have a relevant question for today? Because I’m happy to answer today.
CONWAY: If you’re trying to silence me through the Hatch Act, it’s not going to work.REPORTER: I’m not trying to silence you. The Office of Special Counsel said you violated it.OTHER REPORTER: Kellyanne, is — is Roy Moore a standalone case or do you — or should we expect —CONWAY (turning to first reporter): Let me know when the jail sentence starts.