The Adviser Strikes Back: Kellyanne Conway Digs at Critics of Her Inauguration Garb

She also took aim at 'SNL' and how she turned down a vital role in Trump's cabinet.

President Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway is firing back at those who poked fun of her now-infamous inauguration fashion that drew comparisons to a nutcracker and the old New England Patriots logo.

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In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Conway, 50, slammed those on social media who picked on her for the patriotic Gucci outfit she rocked on January 20.

"Sorry to offend the black-stretch-pants-wearing women of America with a little color,” she said.

The $3,600 outfit, a blue and white military-inspired coat adorned with red leather gloves, a red bucket hat and red handbag, inspired the internet to develop countless memes at Conway's expense.

She also discussed Kate McKinnon’s impression of her on Saturday Night Live, appearing to be flattered by it.

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"Kate McKinnon clearly sees the road to the future runs through me and not Hillary," the mother of four said.

In the lengthy interview, she revealed an interesting tidbit that she turned down the offer to be Trump’s press secretary. The position eventually went to Sean Spicer.

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