The everyone-gets-a-trophy generation has not dealt with the election results very well to say the least. At first supporters of Hillary Clinton reacted to Donald J. Trump winning the democratic presidential election by crying. Cornell University even held a cry-in for students to weep over the election results. Triggered college students then retreated to their safe spaces to play with coloring books and Play-Doh. A private school even brought in therapy dogs to console their students who are struggling with Trump’s victory. There were even Craigslist ads offering the opportunity to “spank a man who voted for Trump.” Kellyanne Conway has had enough of the pity party by precious millennial snowflakes.
Conway, the former campaign manager to President-elect Trump, said millennials need to stop receiving special treatment to “cope” with the election results.
“We’re just treating these adolescents and millennials like precious snowflakes,” Conway told Fox News host Sean Hannity.
“What’s the worst that can happen to these Millennials?” Conway continued. “That Donald Trump will make good on his promise to create 25 million news jobs?”
Conway, who broke the glass ceiling and became the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign, is under consideration for the role of White House press secretary, according to Politico.