Kellyanne Conway tore into the field of Democrats running for president the day before the Iowa caucuses, calling the lineup "unimpressive, unremarkable, and underwhelming" and noted their lack of diversity.
Conway, a counselor to President Donald Trump, appeared on Fox News Sunday evening and discussed Monday's presidential selection process in Iowa.
"Caucusgoers on the Democratic side will have a choice — which level of socialism they choose to reject or advance, and of which of these unimpressive, unremarkable, and underwhelming candidates who remain, which by the way is a much older and whiter field than they would like people to think," Conway said.
"They have already spit out of their primary, before even a vote, two African-American U.S. senators — one male, one female; a Hispanic former Cabinet official of President Obama; a female senator running on a female empowerment platform; a few two-term governors," Conway said.
She added that Washington Gov. "Jay Inslee was running on a platform of climate change and couldn't even qualify for the climate debate."
Regarding former Vice President Joe Biden, who according to RealClear Politics is the leading 2020 candidate on the left, Conway didn't hold back her criticism either.
"Iowa is a state where Joe Biden came twice and thought this was Ohio," she said. "He is the weakest self-designated front-runner in recent memory."
The Iowa caucuses kick off the presidential primary process. The New Hampshire primary will take place Feb. 11.
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