Conway: Congressmembers Riding on "High Horse," They Routinely "Stick Their Tongues Down Women's Throats"

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway joins MSNBC's Chris Matthews to discuss Donald Trump's performance in the second presidential debate. <blockquote>CHRIS MATTHEWS: Did you believe when he said it was idle locker room banter, or was he recounseling his way of dealing with women, including his aggressive grabbing? That wasn't banter, that was a recounting of the way he dealt with women. Did you believe that was a problem for him? KELLYANNE CONWAY, TRUMP CAMPAIGN: I've always been a person, Chris, who much was what people do, not what they say. MATTHEWS: He talked about what he did. CONWAY: No, he said his locker room banter. MATTHEWS: You mean he was making it up. CONWAY: As somebody who knows him well and has been alone with him many times. He has been very gracious, he's a gentleman. I've never experienced that conduct. I would talk to some of the members of congress out there, when I was younger and prettier. Them rubbing up against girls, sticking their tongues down women's throats, uninvited, who didn't like it. You're saying yeah because you know it was true. MATTHEWS: I've heard those accounts, or course. CONWAY: Some are on the list of people who won't support Donald Trump, because they ride around on a high horse. </BLOCKQUOTE>