nearvideo Kelly Anne Conway, a democratic impeachment effort, Trump administration, the attitude to Iran
Advisor to the President, Kelly Anne Conway joins Bill Hemmer on ” Fox News Sunday.’
Kelly Anne Conway, Advisor to President, Trump said, Democrats need to stop to have the time and money of the taxpayers with their push for a prosecution, and suggested that the heads of state and government on the left-hand brush up on the law before proceeding.
The Democrats, led by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, were run-their rhetoric and activity, to call the passing of a resolution on the rules for a law enforcement investigation, as he and other Democrats have always what is your current sample.
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“Complete nonsense,” Conway said of the Democrats’ latest efforts. “Even Jerry Nadler said impeachment is only a term. This is a process. You need to have a messaging session, and you need to read the Constitution, the democratic party.”
Last week, Nadler said that his Committee activity “was an indictment request,” only for House majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., to say there was no investigation. On Friday, Nadler moved back to his language, telling CNN’s Chris Cuomo, “It is not necessarily called the prosecution’s request. This is a made-up term with no legal meaning. However, it is what we do.”
Conway said, the Democrats in Congress have to focus on more important things, and called the American people to remember that.
“The Americans, the Congress will work for you, they work for you and you are wasting your money and your time on the attempt to accuse a President, where there are no high crimes and misdemeanors,” said Conway. “They say that the vote on the USMCA get that trade done. They will tell you, drug, prices, infrastructure, to keep this great economy humming along, and stop bothering the nonsense and embarrassing this President and the people around him, if you have no constitutional or legal reason to do so.
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Conway also questions about President Trump responded to the current attitude towards Iran, while the government blamed the Islamic nation for a final attack against Saudi Arabia. While President Trump has said in the past, he set up a meeting with the Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, would Conway Trump has not committed said to one session only and maintained to keep the management “many options are on the table, especially when it comes to retaliation against evil.”