Kellyanne Conway Reveals What Trump's Message Will Be at the Republican National Convention


White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway is providing more insight into what President Donald Trump will be focusing on during his speech in the upcoming Republican National Convention.

Co-host of Fox News’ “The Daily Briefing” John Roberts asked Conway if Trump’s speech will be more about the plans he has for a second term or about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Democrats.

“It’s a combination of the progress report of his first term and then the vision piece for his second term,” Conway said.

Conway claimed she was “surprised” it took Biden less than two minutes to “lace into” Trump because Democrats touted a message of unity throughout the week of the convention.

According to Conway, Democrats “don’t know how to beat” Trump and they “certainly don’t know how to quit him.”

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Conway suggested Trump will have a lot to say about what he has accomplished as president thus far.

“He’s got something to say about what he’s done here in the 47 months, much more than Joe Biden has done in the 47 years,” Conway said.

She took a swipe at Democrats, arguing Americans heard a lot of “negativity” coming out of the convention.

Conway mentioned Trump’s reaction to Biden’s speech calling it “way too angry and gloomy.”

She indicated Trump will be delivering a positive message to the nation.

“He believes in the hopefulness and the greatness of America. I think you heard that at his July 4 speech at Mount Rushmore, I think you’ve heard that many times. So he will appeal to the best,” Conway said.

During his acceptance speech on Thursday night, Biden told voters they could either continue down a path of “becoming angrier, less hopeful, more divided” or one of “hope and light.”

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The Republican National Convention will kick off on Aug. 24 and continue through Aug. 27.

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