Report Surfaces On Social Media Which Claims That Kellyanne Conway Allegedly Punched A Man In The Face At Trump’s Inaugural Ball

Lord have mercy.

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According to a report from the Daily News, just hours after former President Donald Trump was sworn into office, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway allegedly punched a tuxedo-clad man at an exclusive inauguration ball. I can absolutely see that happening, which might explain why George Conway has never left her. I’d be scared, too. We get it, George.

According to what a witness told the outlet at the time, Conway allegedly stepped between two men after they got into a scuffle at the invitation-only Liberty Ball. However, the two men would not break up the fight, so Conway apparently punched one of them in the face with closed fists at least three times. Geez, thank goodness she didn’t have a knife. They’d be out there shivving each other at the fancy pants event.

Fox Business correspondent Charlie Gasparino gave his own account of the incident on Facebook at the time, but that appears to have been deleted. He probably didn’t want Kellyanne to punch him.

“Inside the ball, we see a fight between two guys in tuxes, and then suddenly out of nowhere came Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway who began throwing some mean punches at one of the guys,” Gasparino wrote, according to the paper. “Whole thing lasted a few mins; no one was hurt except maybe the dude she smacked.”

Gasparino emphasized in his Facebook post that he did not “exaggerate” any part of his account, adding, “Now I know why trump hired her.”

Well, sure, Trump might have hired her because she can throw a punch better than the former reality show star can. But he also hired her, in my opinion, because she used “alternative facts” and was the queen of fake news. The now-twice-impeached one-term President could certainly use a face-puncher like Kellyanne on his side right now, but she hasn’t exactly been in the news much lately. I can’t imagine why. It’s not like anything is going on right now. Cough, cough.

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