Kellyanne Conway, a professional pollster and the Republican campaign manager who paved the way to Trump’s victory, will soon embark on her new job as a White House Counselor. Conway was appointed to this high-ranking post in December 2016. On January 20, she will take her White House office along with the President Donald Trump.
Praising Conway’s recent successes as a forward-thinking woman, Trump cited, “She [Conway] is a tireless and tenacious advocate of my agenda and has amazing insights on how to effectively communicate our message. I am pleased that she will be part of my senior team in the West Wing.” Donald Trump undoubtedly has always been positive about her achievements and potentials.
Long before she joined Trump, Kellyanne was appointed the president and the CEO of The Polling Company™, Inc. Woman Trend. Hence, she was initially not sure if she wanted to join the White House Team. However, Conway later confirmed her acceptance and thanked Trump for believing in her. She said, “I am humbled and honored to play a role in helping transform the movement he has led into a real agenda of action and results.”
Throughout the US 2016 election campaign, Trump wasn’t in a very good position in competition with the opposing Hillary Clinton. Moreover, his impromptu rhetoric, inexperience and apparent lack of presidential discipline had caused chaos around the US – and, the world. Anyway, Trump was eventually elected to the seat at the finishing point of the race. Kellyanne Conway is frequently credited for her successfully run campaign, reinstating the order of the Trump side. She said that her words were never undermined by the billionaire, instead they were valued and incorporated strictly.
Similarly, Kellyanne also tried to control Trump’s tweeting obsession. In an interview, she explained how her effort to persuade goes. An example from her (Conway to Trump): I would say, ‘Here are a couple of cool things we should tweet today.’ It’s like saying to someone, ‘How about having two brownies and not six?’
Kellyanne Conway’s family and White House responsibility
Kellyanne Conway is married to George T. Conway III and the couple has four children. They live in New Jersey, a long way from the White House. Hence, this distance obviously causes a problem in maintaining the household and national responsibilities at the same time.
To the question concerning her family and job, Conway responded to Fox Business Network, “I would say that I don’t play golf and I don’t have a mistress, so I have a lot of time that a lot of these other men don’t. I see people on the weekend spending an awful lot of time on their golf games, and that’s their right, but the kids will be with me, we live in the same house, and they come first.”
That was an interesting answer from her! Yet, the Americans seriously hope that her family and the White House timetables do not conflict.