kellyanne conway, President Donald Trump's senior advisor, made some startling claims about women and feminism at the Conservative Party Action Conference (CPAC) today. The annual event is a concerted effort to reorganise Republican party aims and objectives. Later today, senior aides Steve Bannon, the former Breitbart editor, and Reince Priebus will address the conference.

Conway reveals a bizarre anti-feminist agenda

In Kellyanne Conway's speech, she praised the new President, labelling him both a 'Kind And Generous man'. Conway's speech comes after news broke that the Republican Party are attempting to reduce the rights of transgender and non-binary identifying people.

Kellyanne Conway was one of the first Republicans to take the stage at the conference, which will lead up to a speech by Donald Trump on Friday. The headline developing from today's conference speech was Conway's dismissal of the feminist movement. In an obscure off-hand comment, Conway said: 'I wouldn't describe myself as a feminist. The classical definition of feminism is very anti-men and pro-abortion and that is something that I can't subscribe to'.

Conway on Trump

Unsurprisingly, Conway was full of praise for the President. Conway said: 'He's was the first candidate of his type. No one else has ever been like him. He is a non-politician, a true outsider to the political establishment, a man of the people who is prepared to shake up the dysfunctioning political system.

Donald is kind and generous with a great sense of humour. At heart, he is a family man that is happiest when he is with his family'.

Conway continued: 'Although Donald has only been president for little over a month, what we have seen is that he is a man that can get things done fast. He promised to make America great again and I, like millions of other Americans, truly believe that'.

Nigel Farage, the former Ukip leader and prominent member of the Brexit campaign, will address the conference shortly after Trump's speech on Friday evening. Vice President Mike Pence will address the conference later this evening.