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Kellyanne Conway Plans Move to Washington's 'Superstructure'

("Happening Now" via YouTube)

By    |   Tuesday, 20 Dec 2016 12:37 PM

Kellyanne Conway, after helping guide President-elect Donald Trump to the White House and then serving as a senior adviser to his transition team, said Tuesday she's planning a move to Washington D.C. with her husband and four children to work in the "political superstructure" and to keep advising the country's new leader.

"I will stay outside among the political superstructure, or go into the West Wing and take a position right next to the president, where I feel like I can serve him in the way I advise him off camera," Conway told Fox News' "Happening Now" program.

"Most of the advice and counsel I give him is off camera. [That's] most of my role here. So he and I discussed that."

Conway continued that she just wants to find the "best and highest use" for her talents, and with working with the superstructure, there were will be particular attention on campaigning against 10 Democratic senators who are up for reelection in states Trump won in the recent election.

"I don't like to talk about myself," Conway said. "I'm struck by how many women of all ages, particularly younger women, who will approach me in airports or on the street or by email and phone calls and tell me what an inspiration [I am] or thanks for being at the highest level."

However, she refused to take all the credit for Trump's win or her successes.

"It began with Donald Trump," said Conway. "He put me in that role and people should remember to thank Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence, who put me in that role."

The efforts would go on "with or without me," Conway continued. "It is clear the political left is fomenting an opposition trying to discredit, delegitimize what is obviously the election, solidified by the electors."

The left, she said, is trying to stop Trump at every turn, including denying his cabinet picks.

"We need to be on offense and defense, and we need to look at 2018, ultimately, where President Trump could get 61 Senate seats," Conway said. "The Democrats are defending 25 seats, 10 of which are held by Democratic senators in states President Trump just won, and a handful of others in places he almost won, and to make sure they know where we are all the time."

Conway said she feels bound to serve the country in whatever position she can, as the country's future is not about her.

"When you are at this level and you spend time with the president and the vice president-elect, you realize it is humbling the gravity and responsibility they have, very humbling and if I do my small part to make it easier or put into effect these many ambitious policies they promised and put forward I will answer that call."

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