Earlier this week, the co-hosts of "Morning Joe" accused Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway of secretly hating Donald Trump. In response, Conway went on a lengthy rant against the allegations.

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After Donald Trump surprised many by locking up the Republican nomination for president last summer, he was forced to make a big change at the top of his campaign. The former host of "The Apprentice" tapped veteran Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway to take over the roll as his campaign manager after Paul Manafort resigned following reports that he had financial ties back to Russia.

At this time, Trump also added former Breitbart News CEO Steve Bannon to the team, which caused even further backlash from critics. In the months that followed, Conway was front and center on cable news in defense of the campaign, and helped lead Trump to a surprise win over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last November. Despite this, Conway would often find herself clashing with cable news hosts, which only escalated following the election. Recently, Conway has come under fire for her creating the term "alternative facts," while citing a fake terrorist attack to defend Trump's travel ban. Earlier this week, the hosts on "Morning Joe" claimed Conway had privately expressed her disgust and hatred for the president, which she discussed during a Twitter post on May 16.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon was Kellyanne Conway as she pushed back against the allegations made by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. Conway posted an attached statement along with her tweet, as she denied the claims made by MSNBC .

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"Ignoring insults and insinuations is a valuable skill. But when sentiments are attributed to me that are not true, it is necessary to response," she wrote in regards to the aforementioned accusations.

Kellyanne Conway announced her loyalty to Donald Trump, dismissing the allegations that she only worked for the president to earn a "paycheck" and for "the money." Conway went on to refer to the "Morning Joe" report as "absurd," before saying that it's been a "privilege" to work for the current commander in chief.

Moving forward

Whether or not the allegations made by "Morning Joe" are true or not, the rift between the Donald Trump administration and the mainstream media appears to only be getting worse. The latest scandal surrounding the White House stems from a recent report in the Washington Post that revealed the president had shared classified information with Russian officials. While administration officials have denied the report, Trump addressed the issue in an early morning tweet and defended his actions in the process.