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‘We never had a political conversation that I can remember,’ she recalls.
But in high school she saw Ronald Reagan speak and fell for the ‘uplifting, aspirational yet tough guy kind of thing’. Her mother, Diane Fitzpatrick, put her in nursery school when she was four. All they do is play all day”,’ said Diane in one interview.
In 1984, when she was 16, she was crowned Miss New Jersey Blueberry Princess (the girl who was crowned Miss New Jersey Honey Queen told a local paper she planned to grow a “bee beard” by sitting a queen bee on her chin and waiting patiently while the rest of the hive, who gravitate to the queen, crowded around on her face). “Her younger sister, Heather Sue, married her security guard.
Later on, Conway would earn the distinction of World Champion Blueberry Packer, for the alacrity with which she packed the berries into crates. More often, she said, she finds herself encountering fans. She was like, ‘Well, I didn’t see anybody else, so one night, I, you know, I invited him in!
Ms Conway used the alleged massacre to justify Mr Trump's travel ban on people from seven Muslim-majority countries.
As the cheerleader-in-chief for a president who once boasted of grabbing women by their private parts, she’s become a divisive figure. Born Kellyanne Fitzpatrick in a working-class neighbourhood in New Jersey, her father was a lorry driver who divorced her mother when Conway was two. She was raised by a family of Italian-American women — her mother, grandmother and two aunts.
‘It was like the South Jersey version of The Golden Girls,’ she says. The family was Catholic and non-political, with pictures of the Pope on the wall rather than the Kennedys or Reagans.
More than half of Donald Trump supporters think a made-up massacre actually happened, even after the fabricated story was widely debunked.
In a new poll, 51 per cent of Trump voters agreed that "the Bowling Green Massacre shows why Mr Trump’s immigration policy is needed".