Trump Adviser: Any Clinton Representative Saying Someone Looks Angry Is Rich

Senior Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway blasted Hillary Clinton spokesperson Karen Finney on Tuesday, saying it is rich for someone who represents Clinton to accuse anybody else of looking angry.

Finney brushed past the political firestorm that erupted after a portion of Melania Trump’s speech Monday night at the Republican National Convention appeared to mimic the speech Michelle Obama gave to the Democratic convention in 2008 to instead lambast the RNC event as a whole.

"I think more of what people will actually remember was the anger last night, was the attacks from last night, disorganization," Finney said. "I mean if that was the first night and that was the way to introduce the country to the Trump campaign and the sense of here’s how we run the country, I think it was a disaster. I think that part should be the conversation we’re having today."

Conway immediately ripped into Finney.

"Do you have any specifics?" she said. "I’m just curious because anybody who represents Hillary Clinton accusing anybody of looking angry is rich."

Critics have accused Clinton of having a mean demeanor, either because of her yelling or snapping at a protestors.

The New York Post published an article last year about how rude Clinton allegedly was to her secret service staff during her tenure as first lady.

"Good morning, ma’am," a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton.

"F— off," she replied.

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Former agent Jeff Crane says, "Hillary would cuss at Secret Service drivers for going over bumps." Another former member of her detail recollects, "Hillary never talked to us … Most all members of first families would talk to us and smile. She never did that."