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'It's Dangerous': Conway Rips Hillary Clinton for Saying Dems Can't Be 'Civil' With GOP

Hillary Clinton: You 'cannot be civil' with Republicans, Democrats need to be 'tougher'

In a shocking affirmation of Democratic activists' anti-Brett Kavanaugh strategy, Hillary Clinton told CNN's Christine Amanpour in an interview that it is impossible to "be civil" with the Republican Party, and peace will only return to the political process when Democrats regain control of the House and Senate.

Her remarks come after Republican senators blame Democrats for stirring up protests against them. She said, "I can't imagine how you get anything done if you don't bring civility back into politics, and that goes for both sides".

Hillary Clinton has found herself in hot water in the past for standing by her top staffer Burns Strider on the 2008 presidential campaign, accused of harassing a younger woman who was his subordinate. She said it's one thing to call Trump supporters deplorable, but it is another thing to speak out against civility.

Conway offered her assessment during an interview on "Fox & Friends" on Fox News Channel, in which she was asked about Clinton's recent assertion that Democrats have to be tougher with Republicans.

"I think she transcends gender".

"They could have affected the outcome with no collusion, there could have been collusion that didn't affect the outcome", she said. Some polls show Heitkamp trailing by double digits against Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., who has sought to paint her as someone who chose party over the people she represents.

"That's ridiculous", the North Dakota Democrat told CNN's Anderson Cooper on "Anderson Cooper 360". "Did he mean that if you're a victim of sexual assault you shouldn't talk about it?" "Trolls, those are the imposters in cyberspace, the influence of hacking on the media agenda, including hacked content used as the basis of questions that hurt Clinton in two debates, and the possible influence of Russian disinformation on James Comey's decision on October 28, (2016), to basically let the public know that he would re-open the investigation".

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