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Donald Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has a message to those who are protesting the president-elect: "Keep an open mind."

On "The Kelly File" tonight, Conway explained that Trump gave a gracious victory speech after defeating Hillary Clinton, in which he pledged to be a president for all Americans.

She added that Trump had a productive, civil meeting with President Obama today, and he also received a warm congratulatory phone call from former President Bill Clinton.

She urged anti-Trump protesters to "take their cues" from Obama, Clinton and other Democratic leaders who are working toward a seamless transition to a Trump administration.

"Keep an open mind," Conway urged. "I know that he's fully capable of being the president of all Americans, and he's promised to do that."

"I think people should really take some self-reflection and realize we've got a lot in common in this country."

Watch the "Kelly File" interview above, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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