On Sunday's edition of "Meet the Press," the White House senior policy adviser (pictured) delivered himself of many big, bold, imaginative untruths.
Conway, counselor to President Trump, also delivered a not-so-subtle threat on Sunday's "Meet the Press."
“I have a real problem with The New York Times, which from day one has been trying to be very dismissive of our campaign and has been very negative about our campaign," Sanders told "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
Ahead of New York Primary, Bernie Sanders Calls Hillary Clinton's Judgment 'Clearly Lacking' (Video)
Sen. Sanders made the comment on "Meet the Press" in the wake of his double-digit win Saturday in the Wyoming caucus.
"There would be nothing more in this world that I would like than to take on Donald Trump," said Sanders on Sunday. "We would beat him, and we would beat him badly."
These two congressmen will be portrayed in the press as the attractive, reasonable new leaders of the Republican Party. But take a close look and you will see the "old" GOP oozing through. One wants to lay waste to the poor while the other wants to lend a helping hand to the rich.
The Republican presidential candidate isn't shy about making comparisons with slavery in order to draw attention to present-day socio-political issues in America, and during an appearance on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday, he invoked that historical disgrace once again in reference to abortion.
The tragic AirAsia crash may have to do with rapid growth in the travel industry in Asia; Chuck Todd, moderator of "Meet the Press," has acknowledged that he lets Republicans lie on air; meanwhile, technology is creating a serfdom fueled by the desire for instant gratification. These discoveries and more after the jump.
President Obama's strategy against the Islamic State may be hard to pin down -- maddeningly so, some complain -- but it is likely to work far better than anything his bellicose critics advocate.
On Sunday, as the U.S. military announced that it had initiated airstrikes targeting ISIS in western Iraq, President Obama made an appearance on "Meet the Press" to give a sense of what he'll have to say on Wednesday when he formally outlines America's strategy for targeting the militant Islamist group.