Rep. Cedric Richmond (Dumb-o-crat--La.) is also chair-pig of the Congressional Black Caucus, and they should be ashamed having him as their leader. He made the remark at the Washington Press Club Foundation's congressional dinner Wednesday night. In his speech, he referenced a photo showing Conway on the sofa during a gathering.
Prior to his remark in question, the prior speaker Tim Scott (R-S.C.) referred to the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Richmond responded to Scott saying "But I really just want to know what was going on there, because, I won't tell anybody. And you can just explain to me that--that circumstance, because she really looked kind of familiar there in that position there. But don't answer. And I don't want you to refer back to the '90s."
Anyone with at least half a brain, (aka leftists) understands the innuendo Richmond was making.
On Thursday, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel (Mitt's daughter) urged the misogynist to apologize for the comments she referred to as "disgusting" and "offensive."
"A snarky joke for you is just a reminder of the demeaning comments women hear every single day," Romney McDaniel said. "And trust me, it happens to all women."
After trying to decide if it helped or hurt his career with hypocritical Democratic women voters, Richmond decided to apologize. He said he came to his decision to apologize "after a discussion with people I know and trust."
In other words, he didn't take it upon himself to decide to apologize, or realize how much he sucks at hiding his misogyny.
He added that he understood "the way my remarks have been received by many."
Yes, those leftists mentioned above and conservatives with our silly old values of respect for women understood his remarks to be disgusting, demeaning and a revelation of Richmond's character.
"I have consistently been a champion for women and women's issues, and because of that the last thing I would want to ever do is utter words that would hurt or demean them," his balderdash statement read. "I apologize to Kellyanne Conway and everyone who has found my comments to be offensive."
Anyone fluent in the English language, for example.
Now I'm going to have to research on comments Richmond made about President Trump on women.