Conway on 2020 Field: 'There's a Whole Hot Mess in the Democratic Party'
On "Fox & Friends" Monday morning, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway described the state of the Democratic Party heading into the 2020 election as a "hot mess."
Conway noted that there are already more than a dozen Democratic 2020 presidential candidates, following the announcements of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and former Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas). Former Vice President Joe Biden is widely believed to be leaning toward entering the race.
She said she sees no cohesive strategy from the Democrats as they all try to position themselves and lean to the left for the Democratic primary.
"You've got Beto O'Rourke and you've got Cory Booker promising that they would nominate a woman to be the VP. Do they not think women running are good enough to be president?" Conway asked.
She said that the party's problems go beyond the crowded 2020 race, pointing to a series of recent controversies involving blackface, alleged sexual misconduct and support for late-term abortion.
She said that Trump, on the other hand, is presiding over a booming economy, and has been working to secure peace and prosperity for the American people with his foreign and domestic policies.
Conway said Trump should not "cede" any state that he won in the 2016 election, and she argued that he could be competitive in several he did not win, including Nevada, New Hampshire, Colorado and New Mexico.
"Which Democrat, in fact, is actually going to bust through Trump's 306 electoral votes? Where is the proof of that?" Conway said.
"We have 13. We have the baker's dozen running. Biden may be able to get in, because I guess none of them think the others can actually beat Donald Trump. There's no strategy I see."
Watch more from Conway above.