Presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway on Monday criticized Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama for referring on Twitter to victims in Sri Lanka's Easter church bombing attacks as "Easter worshippers" rather than as Christians.
"You have to ask them about that," she told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" co-anchor Ainsley Earhardt after she asked Conway about the wording Clinton and Obama used. "There is no confusion on our part."
Conway added she knew Clinton would lose to Trump because she would never say the term "radical Islamic terrorists" while speaking at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
"There are many evil people, many different ideological and many religions, but when you have Islamic terrorism, when she was secretary of state, while her husband was president, murdering innocent people, call it what it is," Conway said. "We can solve the problem."
Also on Monday, Conway said it is a "ridiculous proposition" for Democrats to push for President Donald Trump's impeachment in the wake of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
"You can't impeach a Republican president for something the Democrats started, which is this ridiculous investigation that has cost us $25 million, over 2,500 subpoenas," she said.
Attorney General William Barr, Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, and the office of legal counsel determined there was no "obstructive conduct," Conway said, and "they could not bring obstruction charges. They made that decision."
"[Trump] won states like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, that Republican nominees had not won in a long time," Conway said. "We have 19th Democrat running for president . . . Simple math, one, 19, 50, anything times zero, simple multiplication . . . 19 are running, but if your message is zero, it's a big zero."
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