The title is joke right?
Not according to Fox Business’ Charlie Gasparino who witnessed the assault by Donald Trumps’ Campaign Manager and Senior Advisor Kellyanne Conway.
At the invite-only Liberty Ball on Friday night, Kellyanne allegedly stepped in between two tuxedo-clad men who were arguing and punched one of the men in the face with a closed fist . . . several times.
Here’s Gasparino’s first-hand account that he posted on Facebook:
re-posting this because there are some erroneous reports out there on the inaugural incidents–More detail on my post trump inaugural fun and games: first met my pal Scott baio outside the victory ball. We said hello when a bunch of anarchist thugs began to descend on us screaming “hey Chachi are u fascist?” One made an aggressive move toward us i shoved him away and he said “touch me again u little prick and I’ll smack u” my response: “GFY asshole” that’s when my producer Brian Schwartz intervened and crisis was averted. Part two was even more insane: inside the ball we see a fight between two guys in tuxes and then suddenly out of nowhere came trump adviser Kellyanne Conway who began throwing some mean punches at one of the guys. Whole thing lasted a few mins no one was hurt except maybe the dude she smacked. Now I know why trump hired her. Btw I exaggerate none of this-cg
Despite her calm demeanor on television, Conway is known for her vindictiveness and for being incredibly thin-skinned and reactionary off camera.
Kellyanne Conway was put in the position at the recommendation by Rebekah Mercer, daughter of billionaire Bob Mercer.
Rebekah Mercer is now reportedly lobbying behind the scenes for lucrative contracts for a digital analytics firm that her father owns, while Trump son-in-law, Jared Kushner is attempting to push out Mercer’s influence along with her top “insider” which is Kellyanne Conway.
Conway’s erratic and aggressive behavior and odd dress on Inauguration Day could be a result of her being pushed out by the Trump Administration.
[Article edited to correct gender mistake . . . because only two genders exist.]