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Kellyanne Conway Tried Spreading Alternative Facts About NZ Mosque Shooter To Clear Trump’s Name, Failed Miserably

Donald Trump’s White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on Fox News on Monday to speak about the tragic terrorist attack that took place at a New Zealand mosque over the weekend where the shooter mentioned Trump as inspiration for his attack.

Conway had one goal in mind during her interview with Fox News, to get viewers to believe that Trump had no influence whatsoever in the terrorist’s intentions.

Conway urged Fox viewers to read the terrorist’s entire manifesto, where he, in fact, mentions Trump and cites him as an inspirational “symbol of white identity.”

“He put out a 70-page manifesto, and I guess everybody scoured it and searched for Donald Trump’s name, and there it is one time,” she said. “But he also said he aligns closely with the ideology of China, he’s not a conservative, he’s not a Nazi, I think he referred to himself as an ‘eco-naturalist’ or ‘eco-fascist.’ People should read [the manifesto] in its entirety.”

But Twitter users weren’t going to let Conway get away with spreading her “alternative facts.” Here’s how Twitter users responded:

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