Mercedes Schlapp told Fox Business's Larry Kudlow the videos of the storming of the Capitol building failed to produce a "smoking gun."
After it was revealed that former President Donald Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), controversy has surfaced surrounding something the wife of the chair of the American Conservative Union retweeted last June.
"I mean, I don't even know what that is," Trace Gallagher said. "Four zeros before you have a four and then point three zeros nine... In other words, extraordinarily low."
Some of President Donald Trump's fiercest female allies have set out in a hot pink RV to try to drum up support among a crucial voting base—women in swing states across the country—ahead of this fall's election.
"He is not a racist," Mercedes Schlapp said Sunday, right as Trump spent the morning tweeting attacks against four congresswomen of color.
"The core element of the president's philosophy is America first," Stephen Miller said.
Trump's controversial decision led to the resignation of Secretary of Defense General Jim Mattis and Brett McGurk, the U.S. envoy to the coalition fighting the Islamic State militant group.
"It's my understanding that Ms. Sadler is eligible for some of these positions," Conway said.
Sanders said she was "not going to get into the back and forth on this," in reference to a public apology on the McCain comment.