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Laura Ingraham asked Kellyanne Conway about Dr. Oz and things got very awkward very fast

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Laura Ingraham and Kellyanne Conway had a rather uncomfortable exchange on Ingraham’s Fox News show this week.It all started when Ingraham brought up Donald Trump‘s recent endorsement of Dr.

Oz in the GOP Pennsylvania Senate Primary.“Do you think the Trump endorsement of Oz was a mistake?” Ingraham asked Conway during Tuesday evening’s broadcast.Related: Dr.

Oz blasts Kamala Harris for the rising cost of crudité in stupidest attack ad everThe ex-president endorsed the TV doctor last Saturday during a rally in Selma, North Carolina, touting him as a candidate who’s “smart, tough, and will never let you down.”The endorsement has confused many in the Republican party and led to a vocal backlash from people on the extreme right, who feel Oz is too liberal.

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