Kellyanne Conway is Back on TV, Profiled on CBS Sunday Morning

By Chris Ariens 

She was a regular presence on cable news for more than a decade, talking about Republican causes and the polling behind them. But since joining Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign, and then his administration, Kellyanne Conway‘s relationship with the media has been up-ended. So has her life.

CBS This Morning co-host Norah O’Donnell sits down with Conway for a profile on CBS Sunday Morning.

Asked if there was anything that would make her leave the White House, Conway said it would be her children:

They’re having the hardest time with this. They’re great kids, but they’re really the worst ages for a mom to be here and away from them, 12, 12, eight and seven. And 24/7 Secret Service protection is tough for them. It’s tough for them to think about when I’m away from them. This is all new for us. This is not something I sought. I’m not a famous person on TV. But, they’re struggling because it’s just different to not have a mom there as much as they’re used to even though I’ve always worked. This is an entirely different level.