"There are other family members of people who work at the White House who certainly don't support the President privately and publicly", Conway said.
Conway countered that there are relatives of other White House staffers who don't back Trump at all.
In response, Conway said that her husband also frequently tweets praises for the president.
Conway proceeded to rave about Melania's achievements. calling her a wonderful role model for women and girls.
After Bash commented that the question was supposed to be lighthearted and added it was hard for two adults who have differences of opinion, Conway interrupted: "Which two adults? By definition, spouses have a difference of opinion when one is, I don't know, draining the joint bank account to support things that maybe the other disagrees with".
As you can see from her own words, Conway stumbled and fumbled through her robotic, rehearsed delivery of what makes Melania Trump a great first lady.
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Conway said her husband, George Conway, a prominent lawyer, also posts many things that are supportive, and she then launched into a diatribe against CNN and Bash for asking a question that was meant to "harass and embarrass". "No, no, no, no, no", Conway responded. "It's about questioning- openly questioning exactly what you are providing for a living and with regard to your manager". I thought it was a legitimate question and I still do.
Vox said it was hypocritical for a Trump administration official to answer in this way after the way President Trump attacked not just Hillary but Bill Clinton on the campaign trail and that Trump had goaded fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe about his wife Jill's loss in a Virginia state senate campaign.
She continued: "There has actually been a various requirement for me than there have actually been for other individuals".
"His people in his household wanted the other person to win", Conway said, referring to Clinton.
She added that CNN posed questions about her husband to try to "harass and embarrass" her. "Except that's not at all what Dana was doing in her questions".