Controversy Over Photo of Conway Kneeling on Oval Office Couch

"I don't give one f- that Kellyanne Conway put her feet on a couch", Mother Jones' engagement editor Ben Dreyfuss tweeted.

Conway had not weighed in on the criticism.

But yesterday, Conway was the physical embodiment of wrong when a group of historically black college and university presidents visited the White House.

Kellyanne Conway snapping photos of President Trump meeting with representatives from historically black colleges and universities in the Oval Office.

Another commented: "To be fair we shouldn't expect people born in barn to know any better".

Conway has been mired in controversies ever since she assumed the White House's top job. "No respect for the highest office".

But others drew comparisons to a 2013 image of ex-President Barack Obama with his foot on the Oval Office desk.

The signatories asked the DC Court of Appeals to sanction Conway for what they called misconduct as Trump's counselor. She was also seen taking photos from the couch with her legs tucked beneath her.

She made an embarrassing mistake when she referred to the non-existent "Bowling Green massacre" and raised ethical questions when she promoted the fashion products created by Mr Trump's daughter Ivanka during a TV interview.

I wrote yesterday about the media freak out over President Donald Trump's steak preference.

"Remember when Republicans used to flip out over Obama Oval Office decorum", posted one Twitter user.

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