One of the most ubiquitous - but simultaneously mysterious - figures in contemporary politics is none other than Kellyanne Conway. It seems like she is (or rather was) everywhere all the time, but one question remains: who is Kellyanne Conway? What did she do before she oversaw the Trump campaign and became the Counselor to the President of the United States? Contrary to what you may think, she didn't just miraculously appear from a different dimension in mid-2016, only to eventually help rephrase Trump's words for him. In fact, she's been in the political game for a while now.
In her early life - when Conway was just three years old - her Irish father and Italian mother divorced. This left her to be raised by her mother, along with several other women, in a staunchly Catholic household. It's in this environment that Conway claims she became committed to beliefs in bootstrapping and "never" complaining, traits that would lead to her becoming the first woman to successfully run a presidential campaign in the US.
Since the late '80s, Conway has worked in the Republican side of the pollster business, running her own business with headquarters in D.C. and New York. But there's a lot more to her than just that. Hopefully, this background will help you get a better understanding of why Conway is... the way she is.
She Learned Everything She Knows From Her First Job Harvesting Blueberries
She Got A Bachelor's Degree From Trinity University, And Her Alma Mater Is Not Proud
Since The '90s, She's Been On Over A Thousand TV ProgramsPhoto: Youtube
Despite What Her Critics Say, She Did Earn A Law DegreePhoto: Youtube
She Tried Stand-Up Comedy OnceVideo: YouTube
After Getting Her JD, Conway Worked As A Judicial Clerk In D.C.