President Donald Trump will focus on unity, as well as an "end to retribution and resistance politics" with his State of the Union address, but she was not optimistic that political rivals like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will respond well.
"(It's a) very uplifting address to celebrate milestones of American greatness, including those that have anniversaries coming up in 2019," Conway told Fox News' "Fox and Friends." "When he is calling for unity and he is talking about actual portraits of Americans who have achieved greatness on behalf of all of us, including our brave men and women in uniform."
If there is "anybody sitting there with their arms folded, looking like they sucking on salt lemons, he is calling for unity and working together," she added. "They will need to decide if they are serious about that as well."
Trump wants the legislature to "do its job," and that part of his call for unity is about Congress coming up with "meaningful immigration reform" that includes a physical barrier "that you can't crawl under, climb over, drive through, or walk around," she added.
Trump also will talk about his accomplishments as president, said Conway, even though "many people try to deny them," and he will "absolutely review" the topic of late-term abortion.
"The Democratic Party is leaning all the way in, jumping off a cliff to be pro-abortion the ninth month and this is who they are now," she said. "They are for 70% taxes, socialized medicine, abortion in the eighth and ninth month and so on."
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