We might never know how Conway actually feels about Trump, as it would be a huge shock if she were ever to come out and say that she was pretending throughout the campaign.
"The notion that I am serving for "the money" or a "paycheck" is absurd", wrote Conway. "Then I walked away from dozens of opportunities for millions of dollars and instead walked into the White House".
Conway is "just doing this for the money", continued Brzezinski, and was determined to "get through this". In February, Brzezinski said Conway was no longer welcomed on the show because Conway was "not credible anymore". He said Conway began referring to Trump as "my client" rather than by his name.
Since the campaign ended, Conway joined the Trump administration as a senior aide and is pulling in a government salary which is far less than what she is used to as a top pollster. "I know him, I respect him, I believe in him". No one but Scarborough and Brzezinski can verify that Conway said those things, even if they are true.
The disclosure late Monday, which the White House denounced, drew strong condemnation from Democrats and a rare rebuke of Trump from some Republican lawmakers. So goes the latest rumor from Joe Scarborough and his fiancée Mika Brzezinski.
Gloria Steinem says her work advocating for reproductive freedom and women's rights does not make her "pro-abortion.".
The evidence suggests that Kellyanne Conway not only loves Donald Trump, but that she loves her job. "Three-quarters of likely voters, she pointed out, wanted more enforcement of current immigration laws".
Still, the MSNBC's reveal belies the fact that people who stand up for Trump also always believe in him.