Kellyanne Conway, the counselor to President Trump, railed on the Democrats' impeachment witness who made a quip about his 13-year-old son while testifying to the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
Stanford University law professor Pamela Karlan told Congress about how the Constitution bars nobility titles, "I’ll just give you one example that shows you difference between him and a king. Which is the Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility. So while the President can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron."
Karlan later offered an apology after widespread condemnation, where she also made a jab about Trump's remarks that he should also apologize for. She also had a history of criticizing Republicans and Trump.
Conway continued to hammer away at Karlan during her Fox News interview on Thursday. Conway directly told the audience how people like Karlan look down on working class people.
"If you went to work today to manicure nails, to manicure lawns, if you went to work with a jackhammer or a welding machine or mechanics tools or a carpentry belt and not three degrees from Yale, that woman yesterday looks her nose down at you, she thinks that you are less than her and I've had it," Conway said.
"Do you know why that man ran for president in the first place...why I’m still at the White House, for you. For people who are looking down upon by people with three Yale law degrees, had the audacity, audacity to say that liberals like to cluster together and live together while conservatives can’t stand to be together and that's why they're scattered. Who the hell are you lady, to look down at half of the country?" Conway asked.
Conway said Karlan "hobnobs with the elite" and "the next generation of lawyers."