Kellyanne Conway Protected By The Secret Service After Received Death Threats

Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway

It seems lefties don’t know when to stop as the people who work with President Trump are receiving death threats. What wrong with these people?

Kellyanne Conway, our President’s adviser, talked about the threats sent to her address. She said that someone sent her ‘white substances,’ and explained how the matter got out of control. Now Conway is getting protected by the Secret Service. Awful is too mild for personal attacks of this kind, and we still don’t know what was the real purpose of this.

Conway is the most notable adviser of President Trump, and she is getting protection from the same agency that’s responsible for the protection of our President. Conway revealed this during her interview with Sean Hannity.

“Because of what the press is doing now to me, I have Secret Service protection,” Conway explained. “We have packages delivered to my house with white substances. That is a shame.”

The Secret Service was protecting other people close to our former presidents. Valerie Jarret was Barack Obama’s closest adviser, and she enjoyed the same privilege as Conway. Well, being attacked isn’t a privilege, but being protected by the Secret Service sure is.

Conway also talked to Washington Post reporters. She revealed details with her relationship with other advisers who work for our President, including Steve Bannon, Jared Kushner, and Reince Priebus, noting that there’s nothing wrong or odd there.

“We’re a cohesive unit,” Conway added.

“The senior team exhibits many of the characteristics President Trump has always valued: cohesion, collaboration, high energy and high impact,” she noted.

Conway is now working on health care and veteran issues, so she won’t spend that much time talking on TV.

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