White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted to fellow New Jerseyan, Sen. Cory Booker, announcing a run for president in the 2020 Democratic primary.

Conway, who hails from Hammonton, New Jersey, said that the former Democratic mayor of Newark should be asked "what exactly he accomplished" that qualifies him to be president.

"I would ask him a couple questions as he runs from my native New Jersey," she said. "What is your objection to Kamala Harris running, Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand,... Tulsi Gabbard?"

Conway said that if a male Republican joined a primary race with so many other women, Democrats like Booker would call him "sexist" for any criticism of his female rivals. 



Conway blasted Booker for what she sees as grandstanding -- including his "Spartacus" moment when he claimed to have intentionally violated Senate protocol involving documents that reportedly proved then-Judge Brett Kavanaugh endorsed racial profiling.

"Senator Cornyn [of Texas] reminded him those documents had already been released," Conway remarked.

Conway said that Booker has moved very far to the left since leaving the Newark mayorship and taking the seat of the late Frank Lautenberg. She said he once supported school choice but now follows the Democratic Party line.

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