She was absolutely correct…
Recently on CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time,” Kellyanne Conway got into a heated debate with Host Chris Cuomo after he asked Conway why the Trump administration prevented witnesses from participating in the impeachment trial.
According to the Washington Examiner, “Well, Christopher, thanks for having. First of all, that’s not how American jurisprudence works,” Conway said. “You don’t try to prove your innocence if you’ve not been proven guilty. And we don’t need to present witnesses. Maybe they will, maybe they won’t. We’ll respect the process in the Senate however it unfolds. We do feel the Senate process will be one more fair to the president than whatever that was in the House.”
Adding, “You had a bunch of professors testifying about extortion, bribery, quid pro quo, the Mueller report: none of which is in these articles. And let me just say that. You all were talking fluent Latin there for quite a while, quid pro quo, all of a sudden, not even talking pig Latin. These articles of impeachment are thin, they are specious. They’ve been presented to the Senate, and we respect the process in the Senate. The trial process will be much more familiar to Americans who know what a trial is.” You can watch a clip of their exchange here.