Though initially a harsh critic of candidate Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway became one of his most visible defenders after he appointed her as campaign manager and—following his ascent to the White House—as his presidential counselor. Conway grew all too familiar to the American people, repeatedly making the rounds on news shows, in tweets, and in press pools defending some of Trump's most infamous scandals.
When your job is defending a President who told more than 30 thousand lies over the course of his presidency, you're bound to have to do some lying yourself, and that's exactly what Conway did. Her lies—described by her as "alternative facts"—include such gems as the invention of the "Bowling Green Massacre," the laughable claim that Trump didn't declare victory on election night of 2020, and the blatant lie that Trump didn't know about hush payments made to his mistresses until two years after the 2016 election, despite widely public tapes already proving otherwise.
This past week, Conway announced that she's written a memoir, Here's the Deal, about her rise in the political field and her time in the White House.
Conway invited her followers to "join" her "inside the White House and [her] own house," but given the amount of lies she told throughout Trump's term in office, her critics weren't interested.
In fact, they said her memoir likely belongs in the fiction section.
And, of course, they invoked Conway's infamous "alternative facts" gaffe as well.
Conway's memoir will be released this summer.