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Kellyanne Conway: Trump ‘stands firm with people of the UK’

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway tells TODAY that President Trump “stands firm with the people of the U.K.” despite his controversial tweet about the London attacks over the weekend. She also condemns “this obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter” and defends what Trump himself is calling a “travel ban.” Regarding James Comey’s upcoming testimony before the Senate, she refuses to rule out the possibility of Trump using executive privilege to block it.