Former Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway starts legal defense fund on behalf of racist dogs
WASHINGTON D.C. -- Pollster and campaign strategist Kellyanne Conway announced Friday that she is leaving politics to establish a legal defense fund on behalf of racist dogs.
Conway, who achieved fame as the embattled senior advisor to former Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has struggled to find employment since Trump's candidacy imploded in the wake of sexual assault allegations, causing the self-described "billionaire" to lose to President Hillary Clinton by a margin of more than three million votes.
"I needed a new direction. I found it: dogs," she said.
Conway said she planned to raise money on behalf of dogs who find themselves accused of racism on biting and exclusively braying at black Americans.
"That dog may be aggressive, but you have no idea of knowing what's in his heart," Conway said.