Appearing as a guest on the show late Friday night, the former senior attorney shared his thoughts about Trump’s time in office, while Maihar referenced the fact that many who died during his administration has gone.
Kellyanne Conway strongly defended President Trump and his legacy when he appeared as a guest on Real Time with Bill Maihar on Friday.
“How do you look back, after four years, anything can go wrong?” Maihar told Trump’s former senior lawyer to get off the bat safely. “A lot went right, and he will be remembered for that,” Conway said. She admitted that the violent incidents in the US Capitol were “obscene” and later called the government “messed up”.
Maihar told her about the fact that she did not publicly acknowledge Biden’s election victory. The election was projected to win on December 4, although Conway was uncertain of the exact date when there was public acknowledgment.
“The real disappointment for people like me is that the last two months were mostly spent not talking about accomplishments,” he said, citing reforms that Trump said would result in corporate tax rates, poverty rates, wages, Increased energy jobs have relied on reforms for manufacturing. “He rebuilt the army,” he told Maihar.
Conway later insisted that Trump is the first modern president “not to get us into war” and that “a lot of lessons” can be learned from his time in office.
In Maher’s earlier monologue, he called it “historic” to bring impeachment for Trump a second time. The late-night host jokingly said, “They like the vaccine, you need two doses and still no guarantee.”
Talking with Conway, Maihar said that one of the lessons learned is that we should not give humor to “crazy people” when we are in power. Conway mentioned lunch with Trump before Christmas where he talked about the incentive package, his legacy, and his future.
Although Conway left the White House in August, Maihar called her a “keeper”, as if she was still working for him. “You can’t deny that many people are better off,” Conway said as Trump left the economy. Maihar said, “They are no better now, many of them are dead.”
At the end of the interview, Maher said that no president is completely true, but Trump lied “the most”. Conway – who helped run Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016 and was one of his longest-serving senior advisers – noted that he saw her as very kind to the people. They disagreed whether Trump would “insult insults” at others.
Conway, who tested positive for COVID-19 in October and experienced mild symptoms, said he is “good at” what Trump looks like while in office, and noted that the government is “gutted”. He talked about how Trump supporters felt he had more visibility and a voice, which would leave his legacy and the policies he had initiated “far too much.”