Kellyanne Conway: We're forced to talk about Hillary, whom we never mention

Kellyanne Conway and Chris Cuomo

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He also acknowledged how often Trump talks about Clinton on Twitter as well. "I'll never talk about her again, but then you can't talk about the 2016 election because she lost that election!" "Hey Chris, Nobody here talks about Hillary Clinton here", she incredibly said with a straight face.

President Trump insisted again on Wednesday that there was "no collusion" between his campaign and Russians and went after the Federal Bureau of Investigation for allegedly going easy on Hillary Clinton in the probe into her emails.

President Donald Trump has made it abundantly clear that he is not done talking about his former opponent, Hillary Clinton. Where are hidden and smashed DNC servers?

Conway appeared on The Sean Hannity Show on Fox News Tuesday, where she spoke on Trump's bipartisan meeting with legislators on immigration earlier that day and mentioned Hillary Clinton's views on immigration policy.

She said she's "hopping mad" that the media refuses to inform the American people, bringing up a bipartisan bill signed by Trump on Wednesday to stem the flow of fentanyl into the U.S. "Russian interference matters and it doesn't delegitimize the president's victory". The Washington Post points out that since taking office, Trump has tweeted about Clinton or "Crooked Hillary" about 70 times.

Prompting Cuomo to respond: "Says my friend who can't keep Hillary Clinton's name out of her mouth".

Trump also railed against Clinton during a Wednesday press conference with the Norwegian prime minister. "You guys are frozen in that moment, that's why you bring up Hillary Clinton, that's why you're having her investigated, it's as obvious as it is counterproductive".

Ever since Conway fought it out with Chris Cuomo last night, the White House special adviser has gone out of her way to refute the notion that Trump is obsessed with his vanquished political competitor.

"So fun to see the predictable heads exploding, but I should've finished that sentence, CNN", Conway wrote.

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