Yes, Kellyanne Conway has the right temperament for the job. She stays calm under pressure. She can put whatever spin her boss wants on any answers to reporters' questions. Whereas Trump can blow up in the face of criticism, she can remain calm and press on. She has good qualities, but she's siding with the wrong team, in my opinion.
Conway, 49, is a veteran political operative, who's spent the last three decades advising Republicans on how to appeal to female voters. In fact, she was already doing this for the Trump campaign before he tapped her to be his campaign manager. She is very well-educated. Conway graduated magna cum laude from Trinity College in Washington, D.C., earning a degree in political science
Conway played a key role in helping Trump get elected. Trump relied on Conway to manage the hostile relationship with the press and take his message straight to the people. If Conway can manage those storms with an even temper and a clear head, there is reason to believe that she is a qualified adviser to Trump.
Over the past couple of months, Kellyanne Conway has made herself into a press story on numerous occasions. Usually, the reason for this press interest is because she has appeared on television saying something unintelligent or even ridiculous. This kind of person would be a hindrance in a high profile official role rather than a help.