Former White House aide to Trump Kellyanne Conway on Monday tried to salvage some positive lessons from the GOP’s faint display during the midterm elections, claimed on Fox News that Republicans did not “lie and intimidate voters in our final arguments” with voters.
Be part of the above segment Ingraham’s Corner saw Conway and Laura Ingraham differ on the effectiveness of the Republican agenda in Congress. as drawn by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in the summer, Conway pointed to instances where she believes party leaders are slow to form a united front.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) “said in August, ‘I have great confidence in [Dr. Mehmet] Oz.’ He was endorsed by Trump in April,” complained Conway, who has backed Oz’s rival. “Come November, we have to go back a year and say, ‘Oh my god, shouldn’t he have been a candidate?'”
“Once voters speak out,” she continued, “you have to do all you can to support them financially, the message [and] tactic.”
Conway has since asserted that despite the defeats of the Republican Party, the campaign rhetoric of the Republican candidates is worth more than the rhetoric of the other side.
“I am a self-respecting and conservative Republican this way: we do not lie and frighten voters in our final arguments,” she declared. “[Democrats] Don’t talk about inflation and crime because they don’t have a good message. They have to go out there in a euphoric mood: a political one-night stand with the Obamas, Hillarys and Clintons… telling everyone that Democracy is over.”
Conway’s comments came shortly after the Arizona gubernatorial race was called for Democrat Katie Hobbs on Trump Endorsed Candidate Lake Kari, who declared? In August, the southern border crossings by undocumented immigrants became the largest “invasion” in US history.