Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, has blasted young people protesting Trump’s victory, warning that their actions and behavior is a result of a ‘coddling’ culture.
Appearing on Sean Hannity’s show, Conway tore into ‘millenials’, branding them “precious snowflakes”.
“We’re just treating these adolescents and millenials like precious snowflakes,” Conway said.
“What’s the worst that can happen to these Millenials… that Donald Trump will make good on his promise to create 25 million news jobs?” she added.
Conway also expressed disdain for the fact that many colleges and professors are allowing students to skip classes and cancel exams to ‘protest’ a democratic election result and recover from being ‘traumatized’.
“I’m just amazed how many texts and e-mails I’m receiving. One person, of all these professors, saying, ‘You don’t have to take the test, you can get college credit if you protest.’” Conway said.
“It’s about time these little pampered, spoiled brats get over themselves,” Hannity reitterated, adding “Apparently, this is how the PC culture — where everybody’s a winner, everybody gets a participation trophy — and these liberals operate.”
“We’re supposed to roll out the red carpet for sore loser liberals because their sub-par, crooked, corrupt candidate lost an election?” Hannity exclaimed.
Conway, who is expected to be appointed into Trump’s administration, added that millenials should be grateful that they will no longer be “forced to buy” government healthcare when Trump trashes the Obamacare system on his first day in office.
“He’ll get rid of the Obamacare penalty on day one so that you’re not forced to buy government-run healthcare,” Conway declared.
She urged that Trump’s detractors are making the same complaints about him that they have been harping on about for over a year.
“I haven’t heard anything new. All of their grievances and complaints are so pre-election. We heard all of this,” Conway said.
Conway noted that ‘protesters’ should follow the lead of the Obama administration in accepting the election result and expressing ‘confidence’ in a smooth transition of power.
“Listen to Obama and Biden, they are trying to give Trump and Pence a chance,” Conway noted, referring to comments made by Joe Biden Wednesday when he told reporters “No administration is ready on day one. We weren’t ready on day one … but I’m confident on day one everything will be in good hands.”