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Kellyanne Conway excoriates the mainstream media: They're guilty of 'information underload

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway blasts the media for "information underload." (Image source: Fox News)

According to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, Americans are suffering from "information underload" thanks to the mainstream media.

During an appearance on Fox News's "Justice with Judge Jeanine" over the weekend, Conway explained that the mainstream media is reporting the same stories day after day — the stories they believe hurt President Donald Trump — instead of focusing on the positive stories coming from the Trump administration.

Citing all of the "great things" the Trump administration is doing, Conway alleged that none of them get covered "under the alter of the 'r' word," referencing the investigation into alleged collusion between Russia and Trump's presidential campaign.

"He's creating jobs, he's doing all these things that don't get covered," Conway explained.

"I still don't know what Russia has done," host Judge Jeanine said back.

Conway said the media has a "Russia obsession" and often jumps to conclusions without evidence and facts. But more than anything, Conway said the media is just beating the same dead horse every day.

"I mean they say the same thing. Show after show, day after day," Conway said.

"I know people talk about 'fake news' and 'biased media,' but it's not just unfair coverage ... it's everything that doesn't get covered," Conway said. "It's the incomplete coverage."

Conway, in addition to job creation, said positive stories the mainstream media has failed to cover include the creation of a commission to tackle the nationwide epidemic of opioid abuse, trade reform and manufacture confidence skyrocketing under Trump.

Watch Conway's full interview below:

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