Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway has been back in the news the last 24 hours after Politico broke story that the White House had pulled her from doing cable news interviews. Despite this, Conway appeared at the annual Cpac, and went off on liberal feminists.

Conway at CPAC

Ever since she replaced Paul Manafort as the campaign manager for Donald Trump last August, Kellyanne Conway has become a household name in American politics. However, since Election Day, Conway has run into controversy on more than one occasion. Over the last month, critics have pounced on the presidential counsel, most notably for her use of the term "alternative facts" when describing debunked rhetoric from the White House, as well as citing the nonexistent "Bowling Green Massacre" when attempting to defend Trump's "Muslim ban" executive order." After delivering conflicting information about the resignation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Trump reportedly decided to pull the plug.

As reported by The Hill on February 23, Conway addressed various topics during an interview at CPAC.

Conway's comments on the issue start at 4:30 in the above video

Appearing at CPAC on Thursday was Kellyanne Conway, who was asked about her views on feminism, and how it links to being a conservative. "It's difficult for me to call myself a feminist in the classic sense because it seems to be anti-male and very pro-abortion," Conway said, before explaining, "I'm neither anti-male or pro-abortion." "I look at myself as a product of my choices, not a victim of my circumstances," she continued.

Not stopping there, Kellyanne Conway went on to accuse many liberal feminists of actually having a problem with women in a position power.

"It turns out that a lot of women just have a problem with women in power," Conway said. "This presumptive negativity about women in power is very unfortunate," Conway noted, while stating, "let's try to access that and have a conversation about it instead of a confrontation."

Moving forward

In a pre-taped interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity that aired on Wednesday night, Kellyanne Conway pushed back at recent reports that she had been banned from appearing on cable news interviews by Donald Trump, insisting that she will be seen less on TV, citing her other duties in the White House and being a mother.

While Conway might not be making the rounds like she used it, it's apparent that she is still very active in the administration.