Kellyanne Conway is a Counselor to Trump.
|2007.07.09||A Court finds Kellyanne Conway too unreliable to testify in a Whole Foods lawsuit. rawstory.com|
|2013.01.25||Kellyanne Conway argues that rape wouldn't exist if women were as strong as men. talkingpointsmemo.com (See also sexism, Misogyny)|
|2016.10.13||Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says Trump win has emboldened bigotry. Kellyanne Conway responds by warning those critical of Trump, "Be careful what you say." dailykos.com|
|2016.11.27||Kellyanne Conway threatens that Trump will prosecute Hillary Clinton if she pursues a recount. politicususa.com|
|2017.01.22||Trump press secretary Kellyanne Conway calls false statements about the size of the inauguration crowd "alternative facts." nbcnews.com (See also Attempts to Discredit Media, False Statements)|
|2017.02.13||Trump administration's connection to white nationalists continues as Kellyanne Conway tweets "Love you back" to white nationalist. motherjones.com (See also Racism)|
|2017.02.14||The Office of Government Ethics rules Kellyanne Conway’s endorsement of Ivanka Trump’s products was “a clear violation” and misuse of her post, and recommends disciplinary action. nytimes.com (See also Corruption, Ivanka Trump)|
|2017.02.15||MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski refuses to book Kellyanne Conway on "Morning Joe" moving forward. washingtonpost.com|
|2017.02.23||A group of law professors from around the country files a professional misconduct complaint against White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, saying she should be sanctioned for violating government ethics rules and “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.” washingtonpost.com (See also First 100 Days)|
|2017.03.01||The White House concludes that Kellyanne Conway, was acting "without nefarious motive" when she plugged Ivanka Trump's products in a TV interview, according to a letter to the Office of Government Ethics. money.cnn.com (See also First 100 Days)|
|2017.03.09||Office of Government Ethics director Walter Shaub says Trump Administration's claim that numerous ethics laws "do not apply to employees of the Executive Office of the President" is incorrect. npr.org (See also First 100 Days, Corruption)|
|2017.03.09||The White House defends Kellyanne Conway by saying its employees don’t have to follow ethics rules. vox.com (See also First 100 Days)|
That argument did not go over well.