Earlier this week, Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway returned to cable news and got into a pair of heated exchanges on CNN. As the interviews went viral, Conway elaborated further during her latest appearance on Fox News.

Conway on Cooper

Not long after Donald Trump clinched the Republican nomination last summer, he was forced to make a major move with his campaign. Then campaign manager Paul Manafort was exposed for having financial ties back to Russia, and with the scandal surrounding Trump and the Kremlin heating up, the former host of "The Apprentice" decided a change was necessary.

With Manafort out, veteran Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway was brought in as his replacement. Conway has been well liked by those on the right, as she helped lead Trump to an upset victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November. Despite this, Conway has been known for getting herself into compromising situations, which only became more frequent after the election. In recent months, Conway faced heavy criticism for her use of the term "alternative facts," while citing the fake "Bowling Green Massacre" in an attempt to defend the president's "Muslim ban" executive order. Due to the backlash, Conway was pulled from cable news, being relegated to safe space interviews on Fox News.

However, after James Comey was fired as FBI director by Trump last week, Conway returned for multiple interviews on CNN, which was the topic of discussion during the May 14 edition of "MediaBuzz" on Fox News.

Joining Fox News host Howard Kurtz on Sunday morning was Kellyanne Conway and she elaborated on the recent exchange she had with CNN host Anderson Cooper.

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During her interview on CNN, Cooper was caught rolling his eyes in disgust at Conway's remarks, leading to the presidential counsel labeling his reaction as "sexist." Doubling down, Conway continued her attack on Cooper.

"Possibly sexist, definitely what I call Trumpist," Kellyanne Conway said of Anderson Cooper, before noting, "Which is many people who go on TV are treated like house guests, and then when we go on TV, we’re not." Conway went on to complain about the current state of cable news, accusing the networks of unfair bias against Donald Trump and the White House.

Moving forward

While Kellyanne Conway and the conservative media continue to back Donald Trump and his agenda, it appears like the fight between the administration and the mainstream media is far from over. Despite Trump gloating about being in good standing with the American people, the most recent round of polling reflects an approval rating that has dropped below 40 percent.