WATCH: Trump’s Campaign Manager SLAMS Racist Beyonce, “Look What Happens When…”

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Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway on Thursday took a swing at Jay-Z, Beyonce, and other celebrities who blindly supported Hillary Clinton and didn’t give Trump a chance.

Celebrity news outlet TMZ caught up with Conway in New York and asked her if the same “quantity” and “quality” of celebrities would visit the White House under the Trump administration as regularly as they did during the Obama administration.

“I don’t know that we’ve quantified it,” Conway replied, “but we certainly welcome those who support the president, and who have something to add to the conversation.”

“If they like to visit and something to add to the conversation, they’re certainly welcome. We certainly welcome those who support the President,” she added.

Conway then argued that Beyoncé and Jay Z, who were huge supporters of Hillary Clinton, only helped scandal-plagued Democrat presidential nominee lose the election.

“Look what happens, though, if you have celebrities for having celebrities’ sake — that’s what Hillary Clinton did late in the game, and it backfired on her,” Kellyanne says in the video. “I don’t remember Beyonce or Jay Z giving a shout-out against Russian hacking or Jim Comey.”

“They just figured — everybody figured [Hillary] was going to win and nobody said otherwise,” Kellyanne adds. “They just tried to reverse the election results. All the election deniers.”

Giving the all to fight on Clinton’s behalf, Beyonce and Jay Z both performed at a “Get Out The Vote” concert in Cleveland, Ohio on Nov. 4.

“I want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country and know that her possibilities are limitless,” Beyonce said in a speech at the rally.

Conway, a wife and mother of four, had publicly debated about the possibility of taking a job in the Trump administration, and expressed concern about working in a demanding White House position while having time for her children.

The 49-year-old veteran pollster, however revealed during her conversation with TMZ that she is making full-time move from New York to Washington, D.C. and is in the process of looking for a house in the nation’s capital.

Trump’s presidential transition team announced Thursday morning that the president-has tapped Conway, the first female campaign manager to win a presidential race, as “counselor to the president.”

Trump praised Conway in the announcement, calling her “a trusted adviser and strategist who played a crucial role in my victory,” adding she has “amazing insights on how to effectively communicate our message.”

Conway said in the statement that she was “humbled and honored to play a role in helping transform the movement he has led into a real agenda of actions and results.”



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