Kellyanne Conway Pokes At The Dems After Socialist Wins New York Primary

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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway poked at the Democratic Party on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” Wednesday after a socialist won a primary in New York Tuesday night.


“Every Democratic candidate could be asked now, maybe, ‘Do you agree or disagree with the new face of the Democratic Party that we should abolish Immigration and Customs and Enforcement?'” Conway said.

“The brave men and women who are trying to process the claims and in many ways protect children who may be smuggled by people who are not related to them, may be in danger when they try to come here.”

“And this is also somebody who like many Democrats today is for abortion on demand, who calls herself a proud socialist. Don’t forget Bernie Sanders, the most prominent socialist in the Democratic Party, he won 21 or 22 contests and 13 million votes in the presidential primary against the invincible, unbeatable queen bee herself.” (RELATED: Kellyanne Conway On Michelle Wolf’s Sarah Sanders Jokes: I Remember ‘When Comedians Were Funny’)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old who is a member of Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) won a primary in New York against incumbent Joe Crowley Tuesday.

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