Not long after Donald Trump pulled off his shocking upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, he brought with him his former campaign manager. Kellyanne Conway was tapped for the role of "special counsel" to the president, but she doesn't seem happy with the process of working in the White House.

Conway on Fox News

It was just over a year ago when Paul Manafort was forced to resign as the campaign manager for Donald Trump after it was revealed that he had financial ties back to Russia. In his place, the billionaire real estate mogul hired veteran Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway to fill the spot.

In the months that followed, Conway would become a mainstay on cable news, often engaging in heated arguments with hosts and guests in her defense of Trump. Despite finding herself on the wrong side of the facts at times, Conway helped lead the former host of "The Apprentice" to victory. Since then, Conway has taken on the role of advising the president, while also making her presence known across cable news. Conway's lowest point came earlier this year when she coined the phrase "alternative facts" to excuse Trump's blatant lies and fabrications. As reported by Mediaite on July 27, Conway appeared on Fox News to complain about the difficulty in getting a job in the White House.

On Thursday morning, Kellyanne Conway appeared as a guest on "Fox & Friends" on Fox News, and didn't waste any time in venting about how difficult it is get hired in the administration.

"There are so many qualified men and women who wanted to serve this president, this administration and their country, who have been completely demoralized and completely, I think, disinclined to do so based on the paperwork that we have to put forward," Conway said.

Kellyanne Conway was then pressed on Anthony Scaramucci's recent tweet where he appeared to accuse Chief of Staff Reince Priebus of leaking information from the White House.

Conway defended Scaramucci, citing the difficulties of getting into the administration, while stating, "It is dis-incentivizing good men and women, and I hope it doesn’t dis-incentivize Anthony."

Moving forward

While Kellyanne Conway continues to vent her frustrations on the conservative-friendly Fox News, Donald Trump and the administration have more important issues to deal with. The GOP's latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act has not gone according to plan, and the scandal surrounding Russia is heating up on a daily basis.