White House Counselor Kelian Conway told Fox News that Adam Schiff, the most senior Democrat in the House Intelligence Committee who spent months claiming evidence of a Trump-Russia deal, is " completely compromised "and must withdraw. In a broad interview, Conway also blames her husband George Conway, who has publicly exchanged many personal insults with the president, and has been a big fan of Trump – and even "shouted in his hat on MAGA" on the election night
Trump called George Conway "husband of hell" and "cold cold loser" after repeated attacks on the President's personality and mental health.
Schif has vowed to continue with more investigations of the White House despite the long-awaited report by special lawyer Robert Mueller who does not find such a collusive deal. But the Democrat from California has repeatedly and improperly used his position for political purposes, Conway said at anchor Chris Wallace and lost the objectivity required to work. "They used the dollars of the taxpayer and people's anxiety, they went into their lives." Adam Schiff was totally compromised, "Conway said." "You want to find a man who is compromised? He is the head of the House Intelligence Committee and has spent more time television, than in the committee in the last, as many years as this.
In an explosive rally in Michigan on Thursday, Trump laughed at Schiff as "the smallest, thinest door I've ever seen," and to someone who is not a "long-distance striker."
The House Intelligence Committee asked Shif to step down as chairman yesterday. In a letter received by Fox News and signed by every republican representative in the committee, MEPs rejected Schiff for his allegations in the media that there was "more than indirect evidence" of a collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia. They repeated their request personally during a heated conversation on Thursday morning.
In response to the calls for his resignation last week, Schiff doubled and said: "In contradiction to Muller's report, there is evidence that the for collusion. "I think it is immoral, I think it is unethical, I think it is non-patriotic, and I think it is corrupt – and evidence of collusion," Shif said, referring to the meetings of Trump's employees with the Russians.
"And all nine Republican members [on the panel] have asked for his resignation," Conway continued. "I certainly did it a week ago and the president did it. He can not be honest – that's one of the most important positions in the American home … And he has to retire."
Separately, Conway said: President Trump's multiple threats to close the southern border with Mexico were serious. On Saturday, Trump took advantage of his threat to reduce aid to three Central American states that have not done enough to limit the progress of the caravans to reach the United States.
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"This is certainly not a bluff, you can take the president seriously and that's why," said Conway. "What he sees is that  4,000 migrants are detained in a day recently, and we are on the way this month for nearly 100,000." We have never seen such an increase. "
Conway also criticized Democrats' proposals for health care, telling Wallace: "If Democrats really like ObamaCare, they all will work at ObamaCare. on Medicare-for-All, which is the healthcare version of the Green New Deal, which received exactly zero votes in the Senate this week. "And, responding to her husband George Conway's last public companion, Conway refused to answer if she thought her husband was harassing her to make her quit." Conway told Wallace that "the first line of protection in this world is and will always be my four children. So, I really do not like to discuss it publicly. "
Conway continued," What I'm going to tell you is that George was very kind to President Trump, who cried out on the election night in his Hilton MAGNA hats New York, wanted to work in the Trump administration and changed his mind and was a guest of the president and the first lady months after retiring from the White House.
"And when he withdrew his name, he said he would still support the president and his agenda, and quote" the work of his lovely wife. "So if that changes, I have not changed," Conway continued. "So if that changed, I did not change, but I'll tell you that it's also unusual for Washington because I think many women are inclined to gain their strength, and their position through the men in their lives, and that's a bit different, and I'm sure feminists will throw me at a parade at some point. "
Fox News" Chris Wallace, Pat Ward, Holly McKay, and Catherine Hearing contributed to this report