After the November election, Donald Trump's campaign strategist Kellyanne Conway has stayed in the picture — the spin-master of Trump's muddy words, Conway is a frequent and often provocative visitor to TV news.
That should probably stop, journalism professor Jay Rosen says.
"I don't think the people interviewing Kellyanne Conway know why they are doing that," Rosen said on the latest episode of Recode Media with Peter Kafka. "The journalistic logic of it is growing dimmer with every interview."
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That's because Conway goes beyond spin. Frequently, Trump's and Conway's statements to the press will directly contradict one another.