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Getting to Know Kellyanne Conway

Updated on November 14, 2017
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Kenneth is a natural-born southerner and grew up his entire life in the south where he has resided now for 63 years in Hamilton, Al.,

 Kellyanne Conway speaks at 2017 (CPAC) Conservative Political Action Conference.
Kellyanne Conway speaks at 2017 (CPAC) Conservative Political Action Conference. | Source

Who is Kellyanne Conway? She is a

political pundit, and pollster currently serving as Counselor to the President in the administration of President Donald Trump. Conway was previously Trump's campaign manager, having been appointed in August 2016. Conway is the first woman to have run a successful U.S. presidential campaign. She previously held roles as campaign manager and strategist in the Republican Party (United States Republican Party, and formerly president and CEO of The Polling Company, Inc./WomanTrend. Nifty work if you can get it.

When I first learned that Conway was hard at work running against Donald Trump, I was confused. Especially now that her support for the Democratic Nominee crashed and burned then hired by Trump. Now you see her. Now you don't. But she is not your garden variety magician available for children's birthday parties.

No. She, and take my word for this, she is an empowered woman with plenty of clout and influence. Although I have never been able to get the proper definition of her job title as Counselor to The President, I am always amazed when I see her on CNN, Fox News for make no mistake, Ms. Conway knows her way around an interview. And can field the toughest of questions by talk show hosts--male or female. Now I am putting her in one of my hubs for I would dearly want her (or someone in her caliber) to see THIS piece then contact me for asking me to be President of her Hamilton, Al., Fan Club.

This Chick is not

anyone you want to push around. Do not let that Neo-Southern Belle look fool you. Behind the campaign scenes, I have read that she is a wildcat on steroids--and knows tons of complicated words and phrases so sharp that she could trim your beard. I for one, want to be in her corner if while she is Trump's Counselor, something dark this way comes. Economic plight; Rumors of war and Economic Downturn. Those are her playground and she knows it. I can just sense that she is allowing herself to fly below the radar as to not be the root of controversy for you never know when it pertains to politics--one day we might see her serving as the next woman's President of The United States. Hey, in these latter days, anything is POSSIBLE!

So we can get to it. Or complain until our lungs ache. Kellyanne Conway is for real. She has the ability to talk to the roughest, sternest of Trump's foes and make them think that she is taking them out for a night on the town. Fat chance. She is nobody's baby. Think about it. Since she took the job of Counselor to The President, have we seen her really get into hot water? Nope. Have we seen her squirm by terms like "double facts," and "manipulation of terms?" Nope. She could be a blind knife thrower's pretty assistant and not get a knick. Nerves that would make Superman scary.

But Still, This Question Needs

to be asked: Just what does Kellyanne Conway do? She counsels, you fool! Okay, who does she counsel? Billionaire President Donald Trump, you fool! Stop calling me a fool. Does Trump not have a Chief of Staff? Well, doesn't a Chief of Staff have a mouth and brain? He is no scarecrow begging for a trip to Oz. So with that I take it that Chief of Staff handles problems that are only about Trump's staff. So Kellyanne has Trump's ears--and no, I do not need you reading anything into this for Trump may be arrogant and pampas, and years before his election, had a few adulterous affairs, but his former life in the public eye is not the point about Kellyanne Conway's job. What she does for President Trump is.

Still, in few words, what brand of counseling does Conway give Trump? Just spit-balling, but is she more or less like a highly-paid, very important Press Liaison? You see her more on major TV networks that you do Trump, so have I uncovered an obvious fact? Maybe so. Then why not just give her the title of Press Liaison? That name, Counselor to The President gets too busy and involved. Even the most-staunch Republicans will or should agree.

And truth be told, I am not bashing her. She doesn't snag lightning, but by the same token, she is not hard to look at. Did you men see her walk on stage when Trump was inaugurated? She danced with Trump. She had her hair up and was wearing a very becoming red sequenced evening gown that was most fetching. I am not heartless. I did say more than one nice thing about Kellyanne.

So even with my talking and venting, what exactly does Kellyanne Conway do? If she ups and tells you, would you please shoot me a comment on this hub?

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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama


      Not 15 minutes ago, the segment you pointed out in my narrative has been changed.

      I hope that it was okay.

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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, RoadMonkey

      Yes. Adultery is a sin. And I am aware of Trump's multiple-marriages. You said that Marla Maples' marriage ended in a messy divorce?

      I need to look in my hub about the not being an adulterer and change that.

      Thank you for the input--you and Kari both mentioned this situation, but from different sources.

      And Conway just might be a consultant to help the President to get more women voters for his legislation.

      Thanks for that idea.

      Write soon.

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      RoadMonkey 4 months ago

      According to Wikipedia, she has degrees in law, is interested in politics and runs a consulting service, often covering women. I assume she advises the president on how to appeal to female voters, which maybe his chief of staff cannot. I find your statement that Trump is not an adulterer rather odd. He has 5 children from 3 marriages and the first two marriages ended in messy divorces. The first one, for instance ended after his affair with an actress called Marla Marples, according to Wikipedia. Does an affair not count as adultery?

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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hello, Demas,

      I have to agree with you.

      I have no argument with you or anyone.

      Write me anytime and you are free to comment on any piece that I feel like writing.

      Have a great Thanksgiving and Christmas--and while I am at it . . .The Same Wish goes to Everyone Here and All on my Followers List.


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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama


      What a comeback-of-a-comment.

      I want to confess that in all honesty, I would love to sit down in a Cracker Bell, No, a Red Lobster and talk to her during a lunch hour. I would.

      She does know her way on how to handle the media.

      Thanks for stopping by and come back often.

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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, MizBejabbers:

      LOL! Nothing a thing. Not a sip. Just thought that I would try to find out what Conway's job description really consists of at the White House.

      The Huckabee girl does say no comment or I will check it out, but I have noticed that Kellyanne used strange verbiage on CNN and I have not heard of many of her terms. ONE being: alternate facts. I am not going to touch that one.

      Thanks for writing.

      Write soon.

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      Kenneth Avery 4 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Dear Kari,

      That is no problem. We live in America where we are all free to agree or disagree.

      I wouldn't join her fan club. That, and most of this hub, was edging on humor.

      No problem.

      Write me anytime.

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      Kari Poulsen 4 months ago from Ohio

      I'm sorry, but I'm not in love with Kellyanne Conway. I would not join her fan club. LOL, I guess we will agree to disagree on this. :)

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      Doris James-MizBejabbers 4 months ago

      What were you smoking when you wrote this article, my friend, Kenneth? I don't know who is the biggest airhead, Kellyanne Conway or Jeffrey Lord. At least when Sarah Huckabee Sanders holds a press conference, she makes more sense by not trying to excuse the President's conflicting or asinine tweets. She just says she isn't going to talk about that, or she will ask and get back with you, which she never does. Kellyanne and Jeffrey Lord try to rationalize the inexcusable.

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      ahorseback 4 months ago

      Suffice to say , Trump probably wouldn't have won without Kelly , articulate , intelligent , brilliant at current affairs , This woman who should be celebrated is actually being ostrasized by other women . I have never seen a media pundit corner her once , she turns male and female media fools to jello.

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      Demas W Jasper 4 months ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

      I know what she does. She does nicely.