"Hey Chris, Nobody here talks about Hillary Clinton here", she added.
In what may be another one of Conway's "alternative facts" the president's counselor claimed "nobody here talks about Hillary Clinton", despite evidence to the contrary.
As Cuomo laughed it off and insisted that the Trump administration is still obsessing over the election and Clinton, Conway said, "I'll make you a deal, Chris: I'll never talk about her again but then you can't talk about the 2016 Election because she lost that election".
Joining the hosts of "Fox & Friends" on Thursday morning, Kellyanne Conway defended her recent remarks about Clinton, calling her an "ungracious loser".
Her latest tweet is a clear swipe at Cuomo's morning show New Day, a time slot rival of Fox & Friends, along with MSNBC's Morning Joe.
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"The idea that we would have to look any further than Hillary Clinton to beat Hillary Clinton itself is a fantasy", Conway said.
"There are rivers involved, I'm told, mountains, terrain that isn't conducive to building an actual physical structure in some places", she added. "Absolutely nothing", Conway responded.
Conway's claim came just hours after Trump brought up Clinton multiple times, unprompted, at the White House during a joint news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg. Nobody here talks about her.
Trump suggested that, despite the conclusion by American intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in the 2016 election to tip the contest in his favor, Russian President Vladimir Putin would have preferred a Clinton victory. "You guys are frozen in that moment, that's why you bring up Hillary Clinton, that's why you're having her investigated, it's as obvious as it is counterproductive". The Washington Post points out that since taking office, Trump has tweeted about Clinton or "Crooked Hillary" about 70 times. "She's relevant, and as long as she's respectful to the dialogue, she's welcome to be on the show".