Fox News host Harris Faulkner asked White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Thursday about her husband’s anti-Trump group that is urging people to vote Donald Trump out of office.
Faulker claimed that she wasn’t directly asking Conway about her husband, but about the entire group of Republicans who are going after Trump in a new ad.
But Conway snapped regardless.
“It certainly is about my husband or you would have quoted other people in the [never-Trump] group,” Conway snapped at Faulkner.
Faulker then asked Conway why Trump would risk alienating moderate voters by highlighting her husband’s group by publicly going after the group on Twitter, to which Conway replied that Trump “mostly” ignores the group.
“But he also wanted to expose a number of people in that group who act like they’re so dignified and holier than thou than everyone … nobody ever says what their track record is,” Conway said. “They’ve made tons of money in the campaigns.”
Take a look at the altercation in the video clip below: