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Kellyanne Conway Makes A Huge Mistake
10 February 2017, 02:13 | Leonard Manning
Top White House adviser Kellyane Conway has apologised for citing a fake “massacre” in support of Donald Trump’s travel ban
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Thursday gave Ivanka Trump's fashion line a "free commercial" on national television from a West Wing briefing room, encouraging viewers to buy from Ivanka Trump's online fashion line. Two officials have followed up today with comments encouraging American's to buy her stuff. "I hate shopping and I'm going to go get some myself today".
Conway's unorthodox promotion of a brand may be in violation of the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Federal Branch regarding the "use of public office for private gain". "Terrible!" Mr Trump tweeted on Wednesday.
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Like her employer, Conway failed to recognize that Nordstrom's decision to drop Ivanka's clothing line was an entirely financial one - simply, her stuff didn't sell.
Ethics officials who served past administrations said Mr Trump's tweet, posted on both his personal and official accounts, was both unprecedented and troublesome.
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