Donald Trump’s Mouthpiece Kellyanne Conway Doesn’t Think Mothers Should Work In The White House…

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Regardless of your personal politics, it’s hard to argue Kellyanne Conway isn’t good at her job.

The conservative pollster made history as Donald Trump‘s campaign manager last month — becoming the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign (with an unfiltered man child as her candidate, no less).

After her election victory, Conway claimed she was offered many jobs in the White House — including Press Secretary — but surprisingly turned them all down.

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However, when Conway spoke at Politico‘s Women Rule event on Wednesday, she revealed the reason behind her not following Trump’s administration into the White House was due to a conflict of interest… of being a mom!

Insisting that “it’s a great time to be a woman in America,” thanks to Trump’s election win (LOL), the 49-year-old said women should “go for it” and “ask for what we think we deserve” — unless, of course, they reproduce.

Hinting at why she didn’t take a White House job, Conway said:

“My children are 12, 12, 8, and 7, which is bad idea, bad idea, bad idea, bad idea for mom going inside [the White House]. They have to come first and those are very fraught ages.”

Nothing wrong with that logic, but the New Jersey native then implied that all mothers who are seeking high-level jobs should have the exact same priorities!

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Recalling a male colleague suggesting she take a White House job, the campaign strategist said:

“I did politely mention to them that the question isn’t, ├óΓé¼╦£Would you take the job?’ ├óΓé¼┬ª but ├óΓé¼╦£Would you want your wife to?’ And you really see their entire visage change. It’s like, oh, no, they wouldn’t want their wife to take that job.”

Anddddd we’re back to archaic political madness!

Conway did add that all women are “welcome in the Trump White House” — but apparently, she’ll just be super judgmental towards the working mothers who aren’t at home raising their children.

[Image via Twitter.]

Dec 8, 2016 4:28pm PST

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