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Of all the "fake news" that was spread during the election cycle, Kellyanne Conway has pinpointed the most egregious error.

"The most fake piece of news I heard all along up until Election Day and still hear from some people is that Donald Trump couldn't win. How's that for fake news?" the president-elect's senior advisor told Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Pete Hegseth Friday on Fox & Friends.

The wide-ranging interview centered on Trump's recent picks for his administration and who remains in the running for secretary of state. The discussion soon turned to how Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is seemingly blaming fake news for her loss in the election, calling it a "danger to the public" and an "epidemic."

"It's now clear that so-called fake news can have real-world consequences," Clinton said Thursday in Washington, D.C. "This isn't about politics or partisanship. Lives are at risk, lives of ordinary people just trying to go about their days to do their jobs."

In response, Conway said she was "almost at a loss for words, maybe for the first time in a while."

"I don't know what her (Clinton) message was to America other than 'I'm not Donald Trump, and you shouldn't vote for him,'" Conway said. "I don't know what her message was to the working class voters. ... I don't know what her message was to America's women, where she only got 55 or 56 percent of the vote as the first female presidential nominee for a major party."

She said the Democrats would do well with "a little self-awareness" rather than "blaming everybody but themselves" for the election loss.

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