Trump campaign manager zings Clinton spokesman with brutal tweet after election


Kellyanne Conway

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Kellyanne Conway.

Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on Friday replied to an old tweet from Hillary Clinton's campaign spokesman that highlighted Trump's supposed long-shot chances of winning the presidency.

"With early vote in NV looking strong, if Clinton also holds MI, it forces Trump to run table in OH-PA-NC-FL," spokesman Brian Fallon tweeted November 5 in response to tweet that noted Clinton would be campaigning in Michigan.

On Friday, Conway responded:

Trump was the apparent winner in Michigan, a traditionally blue state, on Election Day in a shock upset over Clinton.


He also took the four key swing states Fallon mentioned - Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Florida - thereby crushing Clinton in electoral votes. And while Clinton seems to have won the popular vote, Trump's success in swing states won him the presidency.