I love this idea – the media should stop interviewing Trump spokesperson Kellyanne Conway. Almost nothing she says is true or useful. It's entertaining on some level, but it's easier to find better entertainment elsewhere.
"The logic is, this is a representative of the president," [journalism professor Jay] Rosen said. "This is somebody who can speak for the Trump administration. But if we find that what Kellyanne Conway says is routinely or easily contradicted by Donald Trump, then that rationale disappears."
"Another reason to interview Kellyanne Conway is, our viewers want to understand how the Trump world thinks," he added. "But if the end result of an interview is more confusion about what the Trump world thinks, then that rationale evaporates."