We haven’t heard too much from Kellyanne Conway recently but she just made a great comeback on Fox News.
Conway hit Pelosi hard over her luxurious Hawaiian vacation while the Government remains shut down and the wall remains unfunded.
And Americans remain UNSAFE!
So she told Pelosi “less HULA, more MOOLAH!”
Take a look:
Here's more, from The Hill:
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday knocked House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and other Democrats for leaving Washington, D.C., amid a partial government shutdown, even though members of both parties have left the nation's capital during the holidays.
"Nancy Pelosi needs to come back from Hawaii. Less hula, more moola for the [Department of Homeland Security] and Customs and Border Patrol, funding our border security," Conway said on "Fox News Sunday."
"They need to come to the table and do their job," she continued. "A fully functioning democracy demands that both parties come together and that the Congress and the executive branch work together."
Pelosi was reportedly spotted at a resort in Hawaii late last week.
Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill said in a statement that Pelosi has been in her hometown of San Francisco since Saturday, and will be working in the Capitol on Monday and Tuesday. He noted that no congressional leaders from either party are currently in Washington, D.C.
Parts of the federal government have been shut down for more than a week as President Trump demands $5 billion in funding for a proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Senate previously passed a stopgap bill that contained $1.6 billion for border security, and the House passed a bill that contained $5 billion. The two sides have not been able to reach an agreement, and most lawmakers in recent days left Washington, D.C., indicating no breakthrough is imminent.
Democrats take control of the House majority on Jan. 3, when Pelosi has indicated the party will introduce a bill to reopen the government. Hammill noted that Pelosi has not heard from Trump since Dec. 11, the same day that the two met in the Oval Office and Trump said he'd be "proud" to shut down the government.
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