Kellyanne Conway, senior adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, tore into Vice President Joe Biden on Friday in response to comments Biden recently made about her boss.
On Thursday, during an interview with PBS News, Biden responded to a question about Trump's continued use of Twitter, where he still dishes out insults to his opposition. In response, Biden suggested that Trump needs to "grow up."
"Grow up, Donald. Grow up," he said. "Time to be an adult — you're president."
But Conway didn't appreciate the advice. In fact, Biden's words weren't advice at all, according to Conway, but rather insults and political "slights."
"I’d like to say to the vice president, thanks for the non-advice. We’ll ignore the insults and the slights," she said in response to Biden's comments on "The O'Reilly Factor" on Friday.
"We very much appreciate all the failed policies that allowed us to usher in a new era of hopefulness and buoyancy, fresh blood and excitement in this administration," Conway added, noting that it was the failed policies of President Barack Obama that allowed Trump to win and allowed Republicans nationwide to continue winning.
Conway went on to explain that Trump will bring not only new policies to Washington, but he'll bring a new tone — one that isn't condescending and elitist like that of Biden and progressive Democrats.
Watch Conway's comments below: