Kellyanne Conway went on Fox News and made this startling confession about Donald Trump

Kellyanne Conway is one of Donald Trump’s closest advisors.

Conway is expected to play a major role in Trump’s re-election campaign.

Now Kellyanne Conway went on Fox News and made this startling confession about Donald Trump.

Donald Trump essentially kicked off the 2024 Republican Presidential Primary by putting out a statement attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Trump was furious that Fox News, the New York Post, and the Wall Street Journal all pinned the blame for the GOP’s disappointing Midterm showing on him and pointed to DeSantis’ 19-point landslide re-election win over Charlie Crist as the future direction the Republican Party should take.

In his statement, Trump downplayed DeSantis’ success as Governor and stated that he only won in 2018 thanks to his endorsement.

In an appearance on Jesse Watters’ show on Fox News, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway addressed this flare up by saying she thought both men should be proud of their record of accomplishment and success and that she would like to see the two of them campaign together for Herschel Walker in the December 6 Georgia runoff.

“Here’s what I think: I’m glad both men, Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, are in the Republican Party and have records of accomplishment that people can point to and want to emulate in their own states and people who want to run for office because they are inspired by candidates, by leaders like them who don’t back down, who get things down, who work with volume and velocity,” Conway stated. “I would love to see the two of them up on the stage in Georgia with, I don’t know, throw Brian Kemp and Mike Pence in there, too.”

Conway added that all Republicans – Trump included – needed to put any differences aside to make sure Herschel Walker wins the Senate runoff election.

“I think we need more unity and less divisiveness in the Republican Party. Because guess what? We have the best policies and messages, we don’t have unity right now,” Conway continued. “The Democrats have no good policies and no aspirational, hopeful, forward-looking messages but they showed a lot of unity last week ginning up their base and it paid off in some of these elections.”

But no matter what happens in the Georgia Senate runoff, it looks like it is game on in the GOP Presidential primary and Conway’s plea for unity will be short lived.

Is there unity in the Republican Party?