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Kellyanne Conway, President-elect Donald Trump's campaign manager, winks as she answers a question from a member of the media as she leaves Trump Tower, in New York, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway said she 'didn't see the point' of the Women's March

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In an interview on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway said she "didn't see the point" of the Women's March in Washington and similar protests around the nation.

Conway, who appeared on multiple news shows on Sunday morning, also said press secretary Sean Spicer's dishonest and misleading statements about President Trump's inauguration were "alternative facts." 

Conway said she wanted a "dialogue," not a "diatribe."

She also criticized marchers for using profanity (presumably referring to Madonna's f-bomb-laden speech) and not addressing the issue of women in poverty. Madonna's speech is above.

The "alternative facts" line quickly drew media criticism.

But she criticized "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd for "editorializing."

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Conway also said Trump would not release his tax returns. The top petition on petitions.whitehouse.gov asks for Trump to release his full tax returns, boasting more than 200,000 signatures.

She said talk of Trump's inauguration crowd didn't deserve media attention.

But she also criticized media's coverage of it, despite Trump repeatedly commenting on it.

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