"Good Morning America" host George Stephanopoulos grilled senior Donald Trump aide Kellyanne Conway on Friday about the president-elect spreading fake news through social media.
Fake news is a major issue across the media landscape these days, and Trump recently tweeted, "I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."
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"That claim is groundless," Stephanopoulos told Conway. "Isn't it irresponsible for the President-elect to make false statements like that?"
Conway responded by saying a better example of fake news is telling people that the popular vote is more important than the Electoral College.
"I watched ABC and other networks religiously," Conway said. "All I saw was 'road to 270,' I never heard 'road to the popular vote.'"
Stephanopoulos responded, saying he isn't questioning the victory simply questioning Trump's decision to spread fake news. Conway dodged the question a few times and Stephanopoulos visibly grew increasingly frustrated, asking, "Simple question Kellyanne. Is that statement by President-elect Trump true?"
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Conway, who is usually as cool as they come under pressure, stalled before pivoting and changed the discussion to Hillary Clinton.
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