Kellyanne Conway just accidentally humiliated Trump on live television with epic insult [WATCH]

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Trump employs his legion of lackey liars not because they’re particularly articulate, knowledgeable, or generally likable, but because they’re obedient little soldiers that he can trot in front of cameras to take flak on his behalf.

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Kellyanne Conway, the president’s former campaign manager, is one of the most egregious liars of the bunch, second only to perhaps White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who has literally no other job than lying on Trump’s behalf.

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These people demonstrate day in and day out how little they think of the American people, so it’s always a true pleasure to watch them fall flat on their faces.

Today, it was Conway’s turn to nosedive on national television. Those lucky enough to turn on their televisions this morning were given the chance to scarf down a healthy dose of schadenfreude with their breakfast.

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Conway appeared on CNN to defend the president’s petty and inane war of words against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Super Bowl-winning team that Trump disinvited from the White House when he learned that many players didn’t wish to attend because they oppose his agenda.

Conway started by tossing around her usual string of lies and propaganda, before getting tripped up on her own words.

“The problem with the President of the United States and the Commander-of-Cheese…” Conway said, before correcting herself and switching to “Commander-in-Chief.”

The flub is one of the funnier things to come out of Conway’s mouth and is perhaps not an inappropriate moniker for Trump given his well-documented love of McDonald’s. It’s also not really fair to call him a Commander-in-Chief in the first place since, unlike his predecessors, he still hasn’t visited our troops serving overseas. President Trump likes to use the military as a talking point, but he has yet to show and genuine appreciation for their sacrifice.

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Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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