What a difference a day makes, particularly in the Trump White House. On Monday afternoon, former Trump campaign manager and counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway, insisted that General Michael Flynn had the "full confidence" of President Trump. Just one day later, Trump accepted the resignation of Flynn as the National Security Adviser. Just an hour later in the White House, Press Secretary Sean Spicer tried to clean up after Ms. Conway and said that Trump was "evaluating" the situation. Shortly thereafter, Flynn resigned and the buzz was: What was Ms.

Conway talking about?

Matt Lauer challenges Kellyanne Conway: 'That makes no sense'

Appearing on the "Today Show," Matt Lauer blasted back at Kellyanne Conway: “Kellyanne, that makes no sense!” In an attempt to clean up her own mess, she went on news shows including NBC's "Today Show" and ABC's "Good Morning America." The co-host of the "Today Show," Matt Lauer, was especially tough on her. Raw Story reported that Conway tried to sweep the event under the rug, but Lauer would have none of it. She claimed that what she said on Monday about Flynn having the "full confidence" of Trump was true at the time.

Conway makes an incredulous statement

An incredulous Lauer said to Conway, “You’re saying that was the straw that broke the camel’s back." Lauer pointed out that the White House was warned about it for a month.

She insisted that Flynn had Trump's support up until Monday night when “obviously the situation had become unsustainable.”

On ABC's "Good Morning America," Kellyanne Conway went back and forth with George Stephanopoulos about her earlier statement on MSNBC on Monday afternoon, saying general flynn had "the full confidence of the president."

Conway asked why it took three weeks for Trump to respond

Conway was asked why it took three weeks before President Trump took action.

She replied that the president "is a very loyal person." Conway claimed she did not know anything, and added, "I'm not here to say who knew what when." She was repeatedly pressed for an answer on who knew what and when, and kept going back to the fallback, "I don't know all the details."

This event caps off a remarkable first month in office for President Donald Trump.

What is ahead for the Trump administration is not known, and much depends on how much General Flynn talks going forward.