Conway: Reported sexist Bloomberg remarks 'far worse' than what Trump said on 'Access Hollywood' tape

White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayThe Memo: Economic disaster poses danger for Trump Juan Williams: Biden's promises on women are a big deal Overnight Health Care: Senate passes coronavirus aid bill, sending it to Trump | First lawmaker tests positive for coronavirus | Trump invokes defense law to boost response | Lawmakers push for surprise medical bill fix in package MORE said Sunday that the reported sexist remarks from former New York City Mayor Michael BloombergMichael BloombergFormer Bloomberg staffer seeks class-action lawsuit over layoffs Bloomberg spent over 0M on presidential campaign The Hill's Campaign Report: Officials in spotlight over coronavirus response MORE are “far worse” than what President TrumpDonald John TrumpWith VP pick, Biden can't play small ball in a long ball world Coronavirus hits defense contractor jobs Wake up America, your country doesn't value your life MORE said on the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape. 

"Fox News Sunday" host Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceSunday shows preview: Lawmakers, state governors talk coronavirus, stimulus package and resources as pandemic rages on Fauci says coronavirus response may look like 'overreaction' but could prevent worst-case scenario Mnuchin expecting 'big' economic rebound later in the year MORE asked Conway whether she thought Bloomberg’s alleged comments were “any worse than the ‘Access Hollywood’ tapes.”

“It's far worse. Oh, my goodness. It's far worse,” she said, adding that the “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Trump bragged about grabbing women’s genitals, was “fully litigated.”

Wallace asked the White House counselor if it was “fair game” for Trump to criticize Bloomberg’s reported sexist comments "given President Trump’s own long history of sexist comments?"

“The comments he’s made about women in lawsuits, that is all fair game. And it's fair game because we want to know the person behind the half a billion dollars' worth of ads,” she said. 

When Wallace pushed her on Trump’s previous comments, she answered, “Oh, please. First of all, I’ve been working by his side for four years. He’s the best boss I’ve ever had.”

She also criticized the Democratic Party, saying she expects it to “sit back and take” the Bloomberg candidacy amid these reports.  

“Is it really worth it to this Democratic Party in the age of the 'Me Too' movement, Black Lives Matter ... you're going to go backwards because Michael Bloomberg will spend money and will take and will insult Donald Trump?”

Bloomberg campaign spokeswoman Sabrina Singh told The Hill in a statement that "it's not surprising" that Bloomberg's poll performances are causing Trump and other candidates to "get nervous."

"Because they’re seeing Mike winning over voters across this country with his record of taking on tough fights and strong case that he is the only candidate to defeat Trump in November," she said.

The Washington Post published a report Saturday regarding allegations that the former New York City mayor has made profane and sexist comments, but Bloomberg has denied the allegations.

The former mayor was a late entry in the 2020 race, but he has gained traction with some voters, landing in third in the most recent Morning Consult poll. He is now facing backlash for his past alleged behavior, including previous comments on his stop-and-frisk policy, amid his rise in the polls.

Other candidates have slammed him for spending billions on ad campaigns across the country when they don’t have access to that amount of money.