During President Donald Trump's long interview with NBC News & # 39; Meet the Press came up with the subject of a possible Trump presidential library, leading man to presidential counsel Kellyanne Conway to publicly mock the show.  "Have you thought of a presidential library?" host Chuck Todd asked Trump.
"I'm so busy," replied the president. "I know a lot that people have mentioned it to me, the Presidential Library."
Todd followed, "Do you know where you want it?"
"I have many places actually," said Trump. "The nice part is that I don't have to worry about buying a location."
When Todd asked if it meant the president wanted a library on one of the properties he already owns, the president did not respond directly. Instead, he said, "I've been treated so well in Florida ̵
"I take it you want your library where your people would go," said Todd.
as the president replied: "Well, my people come to many different places … I think someone said – I read this morning, I had the biggest base ever in politics, and I really believe it."
A clip of this exchange was highlighted on Twitter by Robert Maguire of Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility in Washington (CREW), an organization that has been critical of Trump administration, most recently to remove Kellyanne Conway to violate The Hatch Act, a 1939 law linking almost all Executive Branch employees – except the President and Vice President – from the campaign while serving in official capacity or "disrupting or affecting the outcome of an election or office appointment . "
Author Molly Jong-Fast replied on this clip by saying" I'm pretty sure the term "trump presidential library" is actually an oxymoron. "
Her tweet earned Then, a Conway quote tweet explicitly clarified: "It's actually a double oxymoron."
It was a busy weekend for Conway, which released a statement column in the Washington Post on the latest allegations of sexual assault against Trump on Saturday.
Later last week, journalist E. Jean Carroll became the latest woman to argue she had been attacked by Trump when she made public her statement on an alleged assault in a locker room at an exclusive dealer Bergdorf Goodman decades earlier.
The president has subsequently denied this meeting happened and has repeatedly been guilty of knowing who Carroll is, despite a picture of the two standing close together at an event.
In his statement, Conway chastised Republic ans who believed Juanita Broaddrick – the woman who claimed to have been assaulted by Bill Clinton in 1979 – but chooses to discount Carroll and other women who have accused Trump of assault.
"Trump called Broaddrick brave" and if Broaddrick was brave then it is probably Carroll, "Conway wrote." For Carroll's story, at least as convincing as Broaddrick's "no more."