Appearing on Monday morning's edition of "Fox & Friends" to celebrate the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's exoneration of President Trump on charges of Russia collusion, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway called for consequences for those who said they had "evidence" of Trump-Russia collusion.
"Those who let this lie fly for two years, haranguing and harassing and trying to embarrass, and worse, those of us who worked on the 2016 campaign, beginning with the president and his family, really do owe America an apology," Conway said Monday morning. "But more importantly, they never legitimized him as president, because they never saw it coming. And those who have now spent 22 months wasting their time, really two and a half years since the day he was elected, are now running out of time for 2020."
"And let me be very specific about certain individuals: The head of the Democratic National Committee, Tom Perez, let me quote him. he said repeatedly, 'There is a mountain of evidence of collusion between the campaign and the Russians.' This is a man whose own DNC, along with Hillary Clinton, first funded that phony dossier that got us to where we are."
"Then you have Adam Schiff -- talk about an oxymoron, this man heads the Intelligence Committee in the House -- he said he believes, 'The scandal was of a size and a scope that is probably bigger than Watergate,' and there is 'plenty of evidence of collusion.'"
"He ought to resign today," Conway said about Schiff. "He’s been on every TV show fifty times a day for the last two years promising Americans that this president would be impeached or indicted."
"He has no right as somebody who has been peddling a lie day after day unchallenged and not under oath," Conway said. "Somebody should’ve put him under oath and asked 'Do you have evidence? Where is it?'"