White House senior advisor Kellyanne Conway tells conservatives at CPAC that the ''negativity'' of some women is ''disappointing'' and criticizes the women's march that took place after Donald Trump's inauguration. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) White House senior advisor Kellyanne Conway says she doesn't call herself a feminist because she is not "anti-male" or "pro-abortion." Speaking at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) near Washington, D.C., Conway said, "It turns out that a lot of women just have a problem with women in power." Conway also criticized the women's march that took place after Donald Trump's inauguration adding "this presumptive negativity about women in power is very unfortunate because let's try to access that and have a conversation about it instead of a confrontation."