White House adviser Kellyanne Conway blasted Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg for the way he defended his stop-and-frisk street crime policy in newly uncovered audio, saying it is "far worse" than the audio tapes of President Trump's past comments.
"The president is toying with everybody by saying had he said something like that…everybody would say ‘racist, racist,'" Conway said. "He said you can basically Xerox the description of male minorities between the ages of 16 and 25 and handed over to the cops. That is somebody who looks at people beneath him differently and we can’t have that."
"I’ve been working by his side for four years. He’s the best boss I’ve ever had," Conway said about Trump.
"There are plenty of women who would say the same thing about Michael Bloomberg," host Chris Wallace responded. "Is this any worse than the 'Access Hollywood' tapes?”
"It’s far worse," Conway replied.