We were starting to get worried there, Kellyanne Conway!
Donald Trump's counselor had been noticeably absent from cable news programs over the past week, and for a second there had us thinking she would go the way of Michael Flynn.
It was reported that POTUS's administration had sidelined Conway from making TV appearances after she told MSNBC that then-national security adviser Flynn had Trump's "full confidence" — before he resigned hours later.
But the unraveling ball of yarn resurfaced at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Wednesday, letting us know that she wasn't going anywhere!
Sitting down on Fox News' Hannity, the 50-year-old said reports of her appearances being cut down were just "trying to start up trouble."
She explained that only about "five percent" of her advisory role to Trump involves TV appearances — which she thinks is great because Trump is