Kellyanne Conway Issues Warning to Biden: ‘Trump Wants His Old Job Back’

Kellyanne Conway has warned Democrat President Joe Biden not to get too comfortable in the White House.

During a CBS interview with Catherine Herridge, Conway warned Biden that President Donald Trump “wants his old job back.”

Conway, Trump’s former White House advisor, took a swipe at Biden because his “party doesn’t really want him to campaign with them” during the midterms.

She then revealed that Trump wants his old job back and will likely announce within after the November elections.

Herridge asked whether Trump would announce his candidacy after the midterms but by Thanksgiving.

“Well, he would like to,” Conway responded.

“He’s as active as anybody in these midterm elections,” she continued.

“That’s important to the calculus also, Catherine, because we have the most ironic, if not unprecedented situation right now.

“We have a president, a current president, whose party doesn’t really want him to campaign with them.

“I think once those midterms are done, President Trump can assess the timing of his announcement.

“I will tell you why he wants to run for president — Donald Trump wants his old job back.”

She said Ron Desantis should wait to run for president and downplayed a feud between Trump and the Florida governor.

“They’re friends, they’re allies,” she said.

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“I think people want Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump to be two scorpions in a bottle.

“They’re just not.”

Of DeSantis she said:

“He has the skills, he has the temperament, he has the moxie, and he has the commitment to do that.

“Many of his generational peers will have been in the United States Senate.

“So if he’s running against a Ted Cruz or Rand Paul or Marco Rubio, let’s say Josh Hawley, Tom Cotton and others, Ron DeSantis, his argument is you’ve been in the United States Senate, sometimes in the minority party, sometimes in the majority party, but what have you got to show for it?

“They’ll have to answer those questions.

“He’ll say, I’ve been the governor of the third largest state.

“Look what I’ve done.”

“My advice to the president privately is my advice to him publicly, which is, ‘If you want to announce, wait until right after the midterms,’” she said earlier about Trump.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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