Merriam-Webster Schools Kellyanne Conway With The Actual Definition Of ‘Feminism’ After She Tried To Come Up With Her Own!

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Kellyanne Conway has a lot of critics, but her biggest nemesis will always be… the dictionary!

Earlier this week, Donald Trump‘s rusty mouth faucet resurfaced at CPAC where she took issue with feminism — declaring it too “anti-male” and “pro-abortion” for her taste.

The 50-year-old got a ton of backlash over her remarks, mostly because she — like many others — seems to be confused by what “feminism” actually means.

Related: Merriam-Webster Adds 1,000 New Words To The Dictionary!

And since Emma Watson is off promoting Beauty and the Beast at the moment, Merriam-Webster stepped in to give POTUS’s counselor a much needed vocab lesson!

On Thursday afternoon, the dictionary tweeted from its sassy Twitter account:

We’ll repeat that for you, Kellyanne — feminism is “the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities.”

You got all that? Write it down if you need to.

Stay in school, kids!

[Image via C-SPAN/Merriam-Webster.]

Feb 24, 2017 4:04pm PDT

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