Kellyanne Conway Defends Her Inauguration Day Coat, Says She’s “Sorry to Offend the Black-Stretch-Pants Women of America”

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In a new article in The Hollywood Reporter, Kellyanne Conway responded to the many negative comments she received after she wore her now infamous Gucci soldier coat to Donald Trump’s inauguration last week.

At the time, she described the $3600 coat as, “revolutionary wear.”

To The Hollywood Reporter, she defended her red, white, and blue outfit by saying she’s “sorry to offend the black-stretch-pants women of America with a little color.”

She also took aim at “the public cesspool that is Twitter,” where she was not only ridiculed for that ensemble, but where she is called, as she puts it, “ugly, stupid, liar, meth queen.”

Finally — perhaps in a nod to the calls for networks to stop featuring her altogether, but timely whether intentional or not — she said, “I can put my shoes and panty hose back on and go on any show at any time.”

Ironic since the Trump administration says it hates celebrities, and here is Conway being interviewed by the top Hollywood magazine!

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