Kellyanne Conway: Rep. Adam Schiff Should Resign Because He’s A Liar

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Conway and Rudy Giuliani attack Schiff, who asked to see Mueller's full report before believing there was no collusion.

On Fox and Friends on Monday, Kellyanne Conway shared her response to Attorney General WIlliam Barr’s summary of Robert Mueller’s report. According to Newsweek, she called on Representative Adam Schiff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, to resign.

"Adam Schiff should resign," Conway said. "He has no right, as somebody who has been peddling a lie day after day after day, unchallenged. Unchallenged and not under oath. Somebody should have put him under oath and said, 'You have evidence? Where is it?'"

Although Barr wrote in his summary that there was no evidence of collusion between Trump and Russian actors, Schiff said that he did think there was evidence. Barr wrote of the obstruction of justice allegations, "The Special Counsel states that 'while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.'"

Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, also said Schiff should apologize. He wrote,"I trust he is relieved there is no collusion. And I hope he will apologize for his mistake. We all make them. The real virtue is to admit it. It would help us heal."

In response, Schiff said he wanted to see the full Mueller report. "Mr. Giuliani would be wise to do something he has rarely done, and that is wait till we see the facts," Schiff said.

On Fox, Conway suggested that others should be investigated, such as Hillary Clinton or those from former President Barack Obama’s administration.

"What a bunch of nonsense," Conway said. "Nobody will reflect... But let's let it all hang out. Let's see what happened with the FISA warrants, the phony dossier, let's see Hillary Clinton. 'Oh, Why are still talking about Hillary Clinton?' Because folks, you wouldn't let the 2016 election go. And now you're running up against 2020 and you got a big old nothing. ... There should be a reckoning, because our democracy bears nothing less."