CONWAY: "When we came on board there were a couple of things. I said I don’t divulge private conversations but I feel confident in telling you that I said to Mr. Trump, you’re running against one of the most joyless presidential candidates in history it seems to me, so why don’t we not be that way. Why don’t we find a way to be the happy warrior. He loved doing rallies and connecting with people that way. So you have to know who your candidate is and there is no substitute for a quality compelling candidate, and work with his or her gifts. I think in the case of Donald Trump he gets his oxygen from being out there with the people, being with the voters."