She hit the nail on the head on this one…
Counselor Kellyanne Conway, in an interview on “Fox & Friends,” said Trump is “trying to bring the country together and heal a nation.” And she slammed Democrats for fundraising off the shootings.
“There is a huge difference … between running your mouth and running for president, and being the president and trying to bring together a nation,” Conway said on “Fox & Friends.” “The president did not respond in kind. They politicized this over the weekend. They all blamed him and I want to name and shame them now. … They want to be president? He is the president. And he is trying to bring the country together and have bipartisan, bicameral steps.”
Beto O’Rourke was among the presidential candidates who unleashed on the president.
“Jesus Christ, of course he’s racist,” O’Rourke told MSNBC.
Conway reserved choice words in response to O’Rourke.
“Beto O’Rourke—from the Vanity Fair magazine cover to the vanity project candidacy—out there screaming and cursing about President Trump. That doesn’t heal a single soul. That doesn’t help to prevent another mass shooting,” she said.
Conway also noted that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was “raising money” for Senate Democratic candidates “in an email appeal talking about mass shootings.”
“This is a disgrace and if no one else is going to talk about it, I’m going to talk about it,” Conway said.
Warren sent an email to supporters requesting they contribute money to Sens. Doug Jones, D-Ala., and Tina Smith, D-Minn., for their Senate campaigns, among other candidates.