Kellyanne Conway says she’s with Donald Trump until the bitter end ... “unless.”
That was how Trump’s campaign manager initially left it during an interview with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews after the second presidential debate on Sunday.
“I'm with the campaign till the bitter end unless – “ Conway said, before raising her chin, shrugging her shoulders forward and then leaning backward.
She continued, “I'm sitting here as his campaign manager. I'm sitting here with you in the debate hall where he performed beautifully.”
Matthews pressed, “You're worried about more shoes dropping.”
Conway backtracked: “I didn't say that. No, no, no. I've made a commitment. And I believe that he will be a much better president.”
The segment moved on. But Conway evidently hadn’t, and she reappeared a few minutes later as MSNBC’s panel discussed her dramatic “unless.”
“The unless is simple,” Conway said. “It's unless someone in my household needs me or unless something changes in my own life.”
She continued, “I don't know anything that's coming. I also don't want to engage in hypotheticals and speculation.”
Lauren Gardner contributed to this report.