Kellyanne Conway Says Public Officials Who Have Committed Sexual Assault Should Maybe Step Aside

Kellyanne Conway
Kellyanne Conway. Photo: Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images

Though Kellyanne Conway was unable to say whether or not she believes the women who have accused Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of pursuing them as minors on today’s ABC News’s This Week, at the end of the show, she told co-anchor Martha Raddatz that she denounces sexual harassment and assault by public officials.

“I said very early that the conduct as described should disqualify anyone from serving in public office, and I’ll stand by that,” Conway told Raddatz, referring to the accusations against Moore. “Everybody should know that conduct is disqualifying.”

These statements come exactly one month after Conway praised Donald Trump, a man who has been accused of sexual harassment and assault more than ten times, for “elevating and empowering women.”

Kellyanne Conway Condemns Sexual Assault