Kellyanne Conway: Democrats' Only Message is 'We Don't Want Donald Trump to Be President'


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Special councillor to the president Kellyanne Conway joins Monday morning's edition of 'Fox & Friends' to respond to Democrats gleefully pointing out that President Trump's statement that he was wiretapped is proof that some law enforcement agency had probable cause to spy on him.

Conway responds: "I would just say respectfually to Sen. Schumer: This is a very typical response from the Democratic party these days. They have no message. I mean, they have no core message."

She added: "Their only message is we don't want Donald Trump to be president and we're going to stop everything he is doing."

"He went out there many times and said he didn't even want to hear who the nominee would be to the Supreme Court. Let alone Neil Gorsuch, someone he voted for ten years ago. [Schumer] and his Democratic colleagues will obstruct any type of repeal and replace measure [for Obamacare]. He doesn't even know what's in it yet. He doesn't know the tax reform proposal, he hasn't seen the details of infrastructure, and it is costing their party now," she said about obstruction from Congressional Democrats.

"They are truly the minority party now with no ideas, no solutions, trying to throw logs in the way of the president."

She also discussed the president's latest executive order, the second incarnation of the mideast travel ban:

This is a very important week in this White House where the President is going to continue to act on along with the Congress, major piece of his legislative and his executive agenda.

That includes a new executive order today Ainsley, that’s correct and what’s different about it – it has an effective date of March 16th and there are the legal permanent residents were always excluded from it but that’s made much more clear now if you have travel docs, if you actually have a visa, if you’re a legal permanent resident you are not covered under this particular executive action.

Also, Iraq is no longer on the list based on their enhanced screening and reporting measures. And so, I think people will see six or seven major points about this executive order that do clarify who was covered. Also, Syrian refugees are treated the way all refugees are.

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