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Trump Calls Kellyanne Conway “Baby” at Pre-Inauguration Dinner

HeadlineJan 20, 2017

Also on Thursday night, Trump spoke at a pre-inauguration donor dinner, where he called his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, whom Trump recently named to the position of counselor to the president, “baby” and “my Kellyanne.”

President-elect Donald Trump: “I see my Kellyanne. Oh, Kellyanne, come here. Come here. Come here, Kellyanne. Get up here. Come here, Kellyanne. She’s been so great. Wow! Wow. So, there is no den she will not go into. When my men are petrified to go on a certain network, I say, 'Kellyanne, would you do it?' 'Absolutely, no problem.' Then she gets on, and she just destroys them. So, anyway, thank you, baby. Thank you.”

Kellyanne Conway: “Thank you.”

President-elect Donald Trump: “Thank you. Be careful.”

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