During a recent interview, Kellyanne Conway referenced the "Bowling Green Massacre," which never really happened.
While speaking with Chris Matthews during a segment on MSNBC, Conway attempted to defend Trump’s executive order that bans travel to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim countries by citing the fake massacre. Only, it never even happened.
Conway’s defense via Twitter was that it was an “honest mistake” and she “meant to say ‘Bowling Green terrorists’” when referencing an article reported by ABC News. She then followed up with two more tweets to defend her inaccurate comments.
Last month, Conway came up with the phrase “alternative facts” while defending White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s comments alleging false inauguration crowd numbers. Just like the last mix-up, Conway wasn’t spared any pity, as people jokingly reacted on social media.
Former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea Clinton also weighed in:
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