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Kellyanne Conway on DNC: "I Hear The Name Donald Trump More Than I Hear The Name Joe Biden"

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway weighs in on the Democratic National Convention with Sandra Smith on 'America’s Newsroom.'

"I hear the name Donald Trump more than I hear the name Joe Biden at Joe Biden’s convention, which tells you all that you need to know, and I thought the most remarkable part of the evening, apart from Joe Biden, who seems like a very a nice person, I thought the most remarkable part of the evening was AOC making her one-minute count by endorsing -- actually nominating Bernie Sanders for president," Conway said Wednesday on FOX News.


CONWAY: I think it’s basically shrug shouldered more than raised eyebrows. I respect Secretary Powell deeply, but he hasn’t supported the Republican nominee for president since 2004. The president he served, George W. Bush, he endorsed Barack Obama in 2008, so -- against John McCain, let’s remind ourselves.

I think the question, Sandra, is what do the rank and file Republicans do? Are they sticking with President Trump? He’s got very high approval ratings in the Republican Party, and I saw even the latest CNN poll shows a migration from Biden to President Trump among men, among independents, and among 35 to 64 years old -- a very important group age wise.

They -- many of them have children who are trying to get back to school safely, and many of them have elderly relatives that they’re worried about. But also, when I hear some of the messaging, it doesn’t surprise me, but I also don’t understand why Joe Biden, who’s been in Washington for 47 years, has so many people from the swamp sort of trying to lift him up and show how he’s the outsider, he’s the guy that you need to run the White House, he’s got the experience.

I hear the name Donald Trump more than I hear the name Joe Biden at Joe Biden’s convention, which tells you all that you need to know, and I thought the most remarkable part of the evening, apart from Joe Biden, who seems like a very a nice person, I thought the most remarkable part of the evening was AOC making her one-minute count by endorsing -- actually nominating Bernie Sanders for president.

AOC, Bernie, Elizabeth Warren, they’ve got a lot of power over the platform and they will have a ton of power over a Biden presidency.
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