Key Words: Kellyanne Conway suggests Trump won the election because of James Comey

‘This guy swung an election.’

Did Kellyanne Conway really just say that?

In a contentious chat with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America” on Monday, the White House adviser suggested that former FBI director James Comey tipped the scales in Donald Trump’s favor by reopening the probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails just 11 days before the presidential election.

On that, it would appear Conway and Clinton agree.

The internet sure had fun with this one:

So much fun, in fact, that Conway felt compelled to chime in:

Her explanation rang hollow for many, however:

Conway also ripped Comey for using the Stephanopoulos interview that aired Sunday to push his book, “A Higher Loyalty,” which is set to be released Tuesday.

“The president is very confounded that this person is always able to divert the spotlight to him. He has a very deft way of making things about him,” she continued. “If he felt like he was saving the country rather than selling books, why did he wait for an interview with you not under oath and selling a book not under oath?”

Watch the interview:

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