First Woman to Run Winning Presidential Campaign Confesses Why Trump Really Chose Her:

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Donald Trump wasn’t the only one to make history on Tuesday night. Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, also made history by “breaking the ceiling” to became the first female to run a successful presidential election. Conway would probably tell you it wasn’t just because she was a woman.

Kellyanne Conway is very experienced, educated and one smart young businesswoman.  She is President and CEO of The Polling Company/Women Trend with a “who’s who” list of clients that has included: Indiana’s Governor Mike Pence, Newt Gingrich, Representatives Steve King and Michele Bachmann, FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity, the Heritage Foundation and the National Rifle Association.  She graduated from George Washington University with a law degree and even attended Oxford University.  With her experience, education, background and business, it’s not hard to understand why Donald Trump selected her to take over as his campaign manager back in August.

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H/T Thoughtful Women:

Conway moved up from Trump’s senior adviser and pollster to campaign manager in mid-August. With more than 20 years of polling and research experience, she has worked for congressional candidates and as president of Keep the Promise I, a PAC that advocated for former GOP presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz.

The 2016 presidential election was an historic night for now President-Elect Donald J. Trump, but thanks to the hard work of his campaign manager, he wasn’t the only person who made history.  Kellyanne Conway has become the first woman to run a victorious presidential campaign.

Conway moved up from Trump’s senior adviser and pollster to campaign manager in mid-August. With more than 20 years of polling and research experience, she has worked for congressional candidates and as president of Keep the Promise I, a PAC that advocated for former GOP presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz.

The mother of four young children, Conway was admittedly the third campaign manager on Trump’s staff (following Paul Manafort and Corey Lewandowski). However, her hard work undoubtedly helped pave the way to Tuesday night’s results.

Although she is the first to be victorious, that’s not to say other female campaign managers haven’t come close before. Michael Dukakis’ presidential campaign was run by Susan Estrich, yet he was famously beaten by George H. W. Bush in 1988.

Al Gore’s presidential campaign was run by Donna Brazile: The very same Donna Brazile that currently chairs the Democratic National Committee and was recently fired from CNN.

But Conway is adamant about why she was hired, why Trump chose her. It’s not because she is female, but because she is capable.

“I wasn’t hired because of my gender. But it’s a special responsibility,” Conway told CNN. “I want to do right, apart from my gender – I want to do right as a campaign manager.”

The Trump campaign was “very confident” about the election, Conway said on NBC after Trump’s victory. She also declared that Trump will be working fast to accomplish his goals with a Republican-controlled House and Senate to join him in his efforts.

It looks like he certainly picked the right manager for the job! Conway knew just how to keep Donald Trump focused on policy and his plan to “Make America Great Again”.

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It’s certainly not surprising that Kellyanne Conway has already been offered a job within the Trump administration based on Twitter.

Conway announced on Twitter Thursday that she has been offered a White House post, in an effort to refute rumors that she had no interest in serving beyond the campaign.

Two sources say is saying privately she’s reluctant to take administration job b/c she wants to keep running her business

Kellyanne Conway Retweeted Gabriel Sherman

False. Could it be those “sources” want the WH job I’ve been offered?

My guess is we will be seeing a lot more of this educated, experienced and smart businesswoman in the next four years. Personally, I think Kellyanne Conway would make a great Press Secretary in the Trump administration.

My personal congratulations to Kellyanne Conway as well. What a phenomenal job! I look forward to seeing the Trump/Pence team repeal and replace Obamacare, fill the vacant seat on the Supreme Court with a Conservative Justice, get this economy rolling by reducing regulations, return the United States to a land of laws again, closing our borders to illegal immigrants and annihilating ISIS to smithereens.

#TrumpPence16

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