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Getting to Know Presidential Advisor, Kellyanne Conway

Updated on April 8, 2019
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Kellyanne Conway speaking at CPAC 2015 in Washington, D.C.
Kellyanne Conway speaking at CPAC 2015 in Washington, D.C. | Source

Everything in This Hub Pertains to

Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway is an American pollster and pundit who serves as counselor to the our 45th President, Donald J. Trump. She was previously Trump's campaign manager, having been appointed in Aug. 2016; Conway is the first woman to have run a successful U.S. presidential campaign.She has previously held roles a successful campaign in the Republican Party, and was formerly president and head of The Polling Company--her own company.

Despite living in Trump Tower for from 2001 to 2008 and having conducted private polls for Trump in late 2013-- Trump Conway initially gave supportive remarks to Ted Cruz in the Republican primaries in 2016 and chaired a pro-Cruz political action committee.After Cruz withdrew from the race, Trump appointed Conway as a senior adviser and later campaign manager.On December 22, 2016, Trump announced that Conway would join his administration as Presidential Counselor.

I can sense a scary thought that all, well, most of you are searching for the punchline of Kelly Anne, but there is none. Ms. Conway, (no relation to the late Country Music singer, Conway) is a top-notch member of President Trump’s Administration and although she does look a bit like a Las Vegas showgirl, she has a mind like U.S.S. Steel.

I realize that you are wondering whether or not that Conway is a lawyer. Here is the stoic answer: Conway entered the polling business when she was in law school, working as a research assistant for Wirthlin, a Republican polling firm.After graduating, she initially decided to work for a law firm, but chose to work for instead.While a student at noted college, she had met and become friends with the founder, on a year abroad at Oxford. In 1995, she founded her own firm, the Polling Company. Conway's company has consulted on consumer trends, often trends regarding women. Conway's clients have included Vaseline and Ameirican Express.

Time for Questions and Answers

about Kellyanne Conway, and I hope that you enjoy them. I mean no disrespect or displaying a strong sense of humor, I just confess that personally-speaking, I rather like Conway and the reasons are deep in her credits . . .her I.Q. is very high, and you have to have a high I.Q., if you have a desire to be a lawyer. She can hold her own when she is faced with the tele-journalists from CNN, FOX, CBS and ABC. I am impressed at how (at many times) the male interviewers are left stammering and groping for one intelligent phrase to throw at Conway, but cannot.

Seriously. I would NOT want to have a position where I would be interviewing her on the air or in private. To many critics, she is beautiful, but lethal—in a verbal way. And with this critique, I have to agree.

Conway is always busy speaking to the press and other civic clubs.
Conway is always busy speaking to the press and other civic clubs. | Source

When Fans and Critics Begin to ask

Kellyanne Conway how much money do (they) think that she worth? I did some homework and found the answer: Conway has accumulated a huge sum of money from her career. Well, Conway and her husband, George's worth is estimated to be $40 million as per Bloomberg. In April 2017, financial disclosure revealed that she nearly earned $900,000 in 2016 and had an assets worth between $11 million to $44 million.

I am not a financial expert, but these numbers tell the story of Conway having a lot of scratch, but I am surer that her and her husband earned every penny of those amounts. If I had just a portion of $40 million bucks, I would sitting with my wife at some isolated place in the Appalachian Mountains living in a two-story cabin equipped with all the comforts of home—and all of them, NOT expensive, but affordable I would do every bit of my shopping at the local Walmart.

Conway dances with  President Donald J. Trump during the Inaugural Party.
Conway dances with President Donald J. Trump during the Inaugural Party. | Source

Now For The Main Question:

do you think that Kellyanne Conway is attractive? Okay. Let me take you back to the nigh that Donald Trump was inaugurated, and Trump was busy thanking all of his supporters, the movers and shakers who built his administration. So when Conway’s name was called, up walked this beautiful blond wearing a red designer gown and she danced with Trump and they shared a few laughs and confident remarks.

Yes. Very much. Kellyanne is NOT the worst woman that I have ever seen, and she is NOT the most-beautiful woman in the world, but a personal question, would I ike to have dinner with her? What do you think? Of course. And I would set-up our dinner date with Dreamland BBQ, Birmingham, on 1427 14 Ave. South, (and this information is strictly for you, Kellyanne.)

See you soon!

Like to Know More About Kellyanne Conway?

Check-out These Websites:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kellyanne_Conway

https://twitter.com/KellyannePolls

https://thehill.com/people/kellyanne-conway

https://www.politico.com/news/kellyanne-conway

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    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Liz . . .wow! Two provocative points and your question will take some time to unravel. Would Trump have won if he had been a MAN? That is some to think about, and guess what? NO. I do not think that (a) man, not even her husband could have carried Trump's campaign in and to the White House.

      Please write me anytime.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Readmikenow . . .you pose a very interesting point in Kellyanne and her sometimes-unpopular moves, but she manages to chug along and go with the flow.

      Do you agree?

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      7 months ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      You are so right, Brad. Kellyanne, no argument, has worked for every detail of her career and now, she is reaping the fruits of her labor.

      Thank you for reading this hub and leaving a warm comment.

      Write anytime.

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      Brad 

      7 months ago

      her I.Q. is very high, and you have to have a high I.Q., if you have a desire to be a lawyer.

      Her IQ and her being a lawyer isn't what makes her good at her job. For Trump she is not being a lawyer, and it is not her being a lawyer nor having a high IQ that makes her good at her job.

      The value of any lawyer is their performance, and not their education or their IQ. Many lawyers are just one trick ponies, good at one thing and not so good at the rest.

      I think that tying in that connection to that is what is takes to be a lawyer does a disservice to Conway's talent and her effectiveness in her job.

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      Readmikenow 

      7 months ago

      I believe her husband's behavior toward President Donald Trump has probably put some serious strains on her marriage. I think she is a very strong woman who remains committed to the president.

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      Liz Westwood 

      7 months ago from UK

      Is she the power behind the throne? This gives interesting background to a key member of Trump's team. These days I hope that ability counts for more than appearance or attractiveness. Would we even consider the issue of appearance if President Trump's campaign manager had been a man?

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