Kellyanne Conway says pervy politicians should step down — has she heard about Trump?

People are freaking out over the fact that Kellyanne Conway said elected officials who are guilty of sexual assault or harassment should resign.

“And if the allegations are true about a lot of people, they oughta step aside,” Conway said to ABC News’ This Week host Martha Raddatz on Sunday,“and some of them are probably holding office right now.”

Ummm yeah. Like Donald Trump, maybe?

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Kellyanne was talking about sexual abuse allegations because of Roy Moore, a Republican nominee for Senta. The Washington Post broke the bombshell story alleging his sexual pursuits with teenagers while he was in his 30’s. (Oh, and not to mention he allegedly had a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old.)

Even though The Post spoke with more than 30 people to confirm the four women’s stories, Kellyanne is actually in the minority when it comes to Republicans and their associates speaking out about him.

We wish we could applaud her for this, but like we alluded before, her boss, Donald Trump, has also been accused of sexual harassment and assault — and even rape, by his ex-wife.

How ironic is it that she specifically said that those found guilty of sexual assault or harassment should resign, when her boss, Donald Trump, openly bragged about groping women and has been accused of sexual assault by numerous former associates?

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