White House advisor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that she thought that a number of moderate Democrats in the House were willing to work with President Trump, but that lawmakers of the "radical rookie" "frustrated them and prevented any attempt at bipartisanship.
Specific referencing of representatives. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. and Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Conway, said the flood of young left-wing legislators in Congress was causing "problems in Pelosi, the paradise of the Chamber of Deputies".
"The grassroots members who represent the most moderate districts and who represent the districts that Donald Trump won in 2016 are very frustrated," said Conway during an appearance on NBC Press.
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Conway added, "They've been to the White House, talking to people like me, discreetly, welcoming radical freshmen who have all the magazine covers, all the ink and the time d & # 39; antenna. "
Tlaib and Omar – along with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., have been in the headlines since joining the Congress in January for their controversial statements and policies, as well as for their harsh criticism of the government. Trump.
House Democrats set an ambitious agenda with legislation on kitchen table priorities that helped them win the majority – protecting the Affordable Care Act, imposing new rules of ethics – while engaging in aggressive surveillance of the Trump administration. Their investigations go far beyond the investigation led by the special advocate Robert Mueller on Russia's interference in the 2016 election, as they analyze the relations the President and solicit Trump's tax returns.
But with the projector comes high-level setbacks. The Democrats split in two on Ocasio-Cortez's proposal on climate change and exposed the party's divisions on Omar's comments about Israel's treatment of Palestinians. Tlaib knocked out a few when, the first day, she told her supporters – using an insult – that the new majority would charge Trump.
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Conway said Sunday that "the invitation was open" to any Democrat who wants to travel to the White House to discuss controversial issues such as immigration and border security.
"Let's try to work together. But we have an unserious Congress that does not come to the table. And the Republicans failed to do their job when they were in charge, no doubt. And the Democrats are failing to meet in the House, "she said.
Associated Press contributed to this report.