Kellyanne Conway Ethnicity: ‘What’s your ethnicity?’ questions reporter over racist Trump’s tweets

Kellyanne Conway Ethnicity: ‘What’s your ethnicity?’ questions reporter over racist Trump’s tweets


Following up on the previous question: If
the President was not telling these four congresswomen to return to their supposed countries of origin,
to which countries was he referring? What’s your ethnicity? Um. Why is that relevant? No, no — because I’m asking a question. My ancestors are from Ireland and Italy. My own ethnicity is not relevant to the question
I’m asking. No no, it is, because you’re asking, he said
originally, he said originally from. Hot off the heals of Trump racist tweets we
have yet another republican blunder. If you like content like this, be sure to
smash that like button and click subscribe. In one word this is ridiculous. Trump’s Sunday tweets suggested that four
Democratic congresswomen should go back to the countries where they were from. But three of them that country is the United
States. Conway is asking for proof of some sort of
lineage before she is willing to answer the question from Feinberg. She later tweeted “This was meant with no
disrespect,. We are all from somewhere else ‘originally’. I asked the question to answer the question
and volunteered my own ethnicity: Italian and Irish. Like many, I am proud of my ethnicity, love
the USA & grateful to God to be an American.” Do you think Kellyanne Conway’s “What’s
your ethnicity?” question was meant as a sign of disrespect? Sound off in the comments below and don’t
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2 thoughts on “Kellyanne Conway Ethnicity: ‘What’s your ethnicity?’ questions reporter over racist Trump’s tweets

  1. Are you afraid to cover the entire interview where Kellyanne appropriately called out imbecilic "reporters" over their bias?

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