It's "deeply concerning" that the head of the Democratic Party is continuing his attempts to delegitimize the election, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said Monday.
"The Democrats are continuing to ignore what the voters said in November," McDanield told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program. "They feel like this country is going in the wrong direction. The anger he just showed and [his] delegitimizing their voices is very concerning."
On Friday, during an expletive-laced shot at the Republican Party, Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez called Trump a bully, criticized his visits to his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida, and praised the protesters who took part in marches the day after Trump took office.
Other past DNC chairpersons did not behave that way in their appearances, said "Fox & Friends" anchor Brian Kilmeade, while pointing out Perez was handpicked by President Barack Obama.
"That's the one they pushed forward," said Kilmeade. "He represents his school of thought, don't you think?"
McDaniel replied: "Yes, I think Democrats should be denouncing his behavior this weekend . . . To say that Republicans don't give a 'blank' about people, that should not be rhetoric that the head of the DNC should be using."
Also, she said, Democrats talk about resisting, but "are they going to resist better jobs and economy and national security? President Trump continues to reach out to Democrats. He is saying let's work together. We have to solve some big problems. This is the leader of the Democrat Party basically saying we're not going to work with you on anything."
"A lot" of Democrats voted for Trump," McDaniel continued.
Trump's supporters "want to see problems solved in Washington," she said. "They want a change from the status quo. They want leaders in Washington tackling healthcare that is crumbling around them. They want a good Supreme Court justice nominated. They want to get rid of the nonsense."
Trump has already returned jobs to places like Michigan, with Ford "putting $1.2 billion into plants," said McDaniel. "You have already seen him fight for healthcare and seen him put forward a great Supreme Court justice nominee.
"His actions are fulfilling the promises he made on the campaign trail. As independents and voters start to see that, they will rally around Donald Trump. They are already doing it."
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