Kellyanne Conway seemed to violated the law by using her position as senior adviser to the President to publicly encourage Americans to purchase Donald Trump's daughters products. Conway was being interviewed by Fox News when she was in the White House briefing room and said “I own some of it. I’m going to give a free commercial here. Go buy it today, everybody. You can find it online.” Update: The Office of Government Ethics asked the White House on Monday to investigate whether Conway violated longstanding ethics laws and suggested that she be disciplined if she did.
Senior Presidential Adviser Kellyanne Conway cited a non-existent massacre in Bowling Green, Kentucky as a justification for Donald Trump's Muslim travel ban. Conway twice referred to the "massacre" in separate interviews with Cosmo and MSNBC.
Senior Presidential Adviser Kellyanne Conway said that the White House is only offering "alternative facts" when they suggested that the crowd at Donald Trump's inauguration was the biggest in history. After "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd pressed Conway about the discrepancies she responded that "[y]ou're saying it's a falsehood. And they're giving -- Sean Spicer, our press secretary -- gave alternative facts." Todd responded: "Alternative facts aren't facts, they are falsehoods."