Kellyanne Conway, the white House Senior Advisor was visualized kneeling on the Oval Office couch exploding a firestorm on Twitter.
Kellyanne replied Tuesday to the social media blaze that exploded over a photo like his on an Oval Office couch, telling she never meant disrespect while also lashing out at her critics.
Those criticizers suspect Conway to being disrespectful to the White House and the visitors from US’s historically black colleges and universities Monday when she scaled on a sofa in the Oval Office to get a picture of the event with her phone.
“I was being asked to take a picture in a crowded room with the press behind us, and I was asked to take a certain angle and was doing exactly that,” Conway said to Lou Dobbs in an meeting on the Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs Tonight.
— Lou Dobbs (@LouDobbs) February 28, 2017
“I certainly meant no disrespect. I didn’t mean to‘’
Lou Dobbs criticized the “deplorable” duplicity and “venom of the left” in the criticism of Conway given the light behavior Dobbs felt Obama got for going in the famous Resolute Desk.
“It is venomous,” Kellyanne agreed. “It is vicious. It bothers my children to be frank with you.’’
“I’m not a victim at all, but people should take very seriously the import of their words,” she added. “Especially when they know I meant no disrespect.”
Dobbs Also was critical of Obama for putting his feet up on the Resolute Desk in a 2013 using a tweet. “Check out Drudge Report pic of the President with his foot on the desk,” Dobbs said.
“The White House released it mistakenly thinking it’s a cool image.”