Anderson Cooper and Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway got heated again on Sunday night when the CNN host asked if Trump was “irresponsible” for speculating “without having any facts” that recent findings in the Hillary Clinton email scandal would result in criminal charges
As usual, Conway danced around the issue, leading Cooper to press back, “You’re not answering my question.”
“It’s irresponsible for someone who might be President of the United States to be, in your words, ‘speculating’ about an active investigation when he has no actual facts,” Cooper said.
Conway mentioned, “everybody speculated” about what the new evidence would reveal, though FBI director Jim Comey issued a statement clearing Clinton of any criminal activity.
Cooper fired back, “If everybody jumped off a bridge, doesn’t mean you should, too. Don’t you think it is irresponsible?”
Conway smiled, as if she was amused by the bridge comment, before saying, “No, I don’t think he’s irresponsible.”
“He was one of many to speculate about why Comey did what he did,” Conway said.
Cooper responded that people speculating were “cable news pundits,” not presidential candidates.
Things also got heated between Cooper and Conway on Thursday night over Melania Trump’s recent speech on cyberbullying, when the “AC 360” host asked, “If it is not okay for kids to do this, why is it okay for adults, for Donald Trump?”
“It’s really not OK for anyone to do [cyberbullying],” Conway responded before Cooper shot back, “Your candidate is the guy on Twitter at 3 a.m.”
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