A straight-faced Kellyanne Conway says anyone in office who committed sexual assault should resign

The following article by Alan Pyke was posted on the ThinkProgress website November 12, 2017:

Irony is dead.

Kellyanne Conway, cemter, with husband George Conway, right, greet guests on the south lawn of the White House during a Halloween evemt. Credit: AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway refused repeatedly to say whether Alabama Republican Roy Moore should step aside in his Senate race over allegations he is a serial child molester.

Conway, who played an essential role in protecting President Donald Trump’s candidacy a year ago when tapes of him describing his pattern of sexual assault nearly sunk his campaign, told ABC’s Martha Raddatz that the allegations are disqualifying if they are true but would not give a clear answer on her view of the charges.

In the process of demurring on Moore’s guilt or innocence, Conway said elected officials who are guilty of sexual assault or harassment should resign — a call to action that would seem to implicate Conway’s boss, who openly bragged about grabbing women and has been accused of sexual assault by numerous former associates. Read More