Kellyanne Conway has been one of Donald Trump's most loyal team members and she looks to be continuing her support of the president in 2018. While joining CNN for an interview on Wednesday night, it didn't take long for the shouting match to begin.

Conway on Clinton

It was in the summer of 2016 when then campaign manager Paul Manafort was forced to resign after his financial ties to Russia were exposed to the public. Taking Manafort's place was Kellyanne Conway, the former veteran Republican pollster who ended up getting promoted to "presidential counsel" after the election.

During the course of Trump's first year in office, Conway would routinely clash with cable news hosts as she defended the president's every move regardless of the evidence that debunked his agenda and talking points. This trend continued on Wednesday night as Conway joined CNN host Chris Cuomo during an off the rails interview on January 10.

As they have in the past, Chris Cuomo of CNN got into a heated exchange with Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway.

The conversation took many twists and turns, with Conway bringing the topic back to Hillary Clinton, a top punching bag for the administration when they need to deflect from their many problems, especially when it comes to the Russian investigation. "I was the campaign manager for the winning part of the campaign. The idea that we have to look any further than Hillary Clinton for why we beat Hillary Clinton itself was a fantasy," she added.

"I didn't need to talk to anybody in Moscow," Conway stated.

(Full interview in the above video.)

"Some people can't get over the election results," Kellyanne Conway ironically went on to say. Laughing, Chris Cuomo fired back, saying, "Says my friend (Conway) who can't keep Hillary Clinton's name out of her mouth." "Excuse me!," Conway replied, stating, "I'll make you a deal.

I won't ever talk about her again but you can't talk about the 2016 election." "I haven't mentioned the election," Cuomo doubled down. The two went back and forth over a variety of issues as they rekindled their feud from the previous year.

Moving forward

As Donald Trump and his administration continue to engage in a war of words with the press, from newspapers like the New York Times to cable news outlets like CNN, it hasn't been reflecting well with the majority of the American people. After a year in office, Trump's favorability rating is down to just 35 percent and is not showing any signs of making a positive change in the near future.