Things got medium-spicy on Friday when "Real Time" host Bill Maher interviewed Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway via satellite.
After rattling off a list of lies — or as Trump calls them in "The Art of the Deal," "truthful hyperboles" — the GOP nominee told over the course of this election cycle, Maher asked Conway, a mother of four, if she's "okay with what your children are going to be asking you about supporting a man, enabling a man who did things like make fun of the handicapped and said John McCain wasn't a war hero."
"I have no problem saying to my children that I want the future to be better for them," Conway responded. "And I already know what Hillary Clinton is going to do .... I can't support somebody who lies for a living."
"You just said you can't support somebody who lies for a living when I read a list of provable lies," Maher said.