Law professors seek sanctions against Kellyanne Conway over ‘conduct involving dishonesty, fraud’

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At least 15 law school professors and deans have signed a petition seeking sanctions by the Washington D.C. bar against Kellyanne Conway, according to a report.

The letter has been signed by Drexel University Law School Associate Dean Susan Brooks, as well as by law professors from Georgetown Law, Yale Law School, Fordham University School of Law, and Duke University School of Law, Phillyvoice.com reported.

Conway’s “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation” merit sanctions, and possible disbarment, the letter stated.

The letter cites several examples of Conway’s alleged misconduct, including the White House counselor’s infamous inaccurate claim that a “Bowling Green Massacre” occurred (there is no such thing), her use of “alternative facts” to back up other inaccurate statements put out by the White House, and endorsing Ivanka Trump-brand fashion products.

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Conway graduated from the George Washington University School of Law in 1995 and was admitted to the Washington, D.C. bar later that year.

The letter marks the latest in a string of consequences for Conway in response to her gaffes.

Conway was barred from appearing on CNN for a short period of time due to network officials questioning her credibility.

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” also announced it would no longer interview the presidential aide because she lacked credibility.

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