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Watch: Kellyanne Conway savagely mocks Saturday's women's march in D.C.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is reportedly being eyed for Anthony Scaramucci's replacement as communications director in the White House. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Watch: Kellyanne Conway savagely mocks Saturday's women's march in D.C.

Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump, during an interview on ABC News Sunday mocked Saturday's Women's March in Washington, which drew hundreds of thousands of protesters to the city.

Speaking on ABC's "This Week," Conway questioned the purpose of the event while suggesting that instead of protesting, the marchers should have attempted to have a dialogue with the Trump administration.

"We certainly respect people's First Amendment rights. But I frankly didn't see the point," Conway said of the march.

"I mean you have a day after he's uplifting and unifying and you have folks here being on a diatribe where I think they could have requested a dialogue. Nobody called me and said, 'Hey, could we have a dialogue?'" she added.

Conway also took aim at pop star Madonna, who gave a profanity-laced speech at the rally on Saturday while claiming that she frequently thinks about blowing up the White House now that Trump resides there.

According to Conway, Madonna's time would have been better used if she would have went to a local women's shelter to write a check rather than speaking at a protest.

"You have a very prominent singer who's worth hundreds of millions of dollars not going over to a woman's shelter here in D.C. to write a check, but instead saying that she thought of, quote, 'Burning down the White House,'" Conway said.

Conway went on to explain that she believes Saturday's protesters missed an opportunity to make a real difference. Instead of marching in the streets, Conway suggested that they could have been searching for real solutions to real world problems that effect women every day.

Millions of protesters took to the streets of Washington and major cities around the country and world on Saturday to protest Trump all in the name of equality for women. In addition to Madonna, other high profile lawmakers, celebrities and musicians spoke at a rally in Washington, which saw hundreds of thousands of women marching in the street.

Watch Conway's comments below:

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Chris Enloe

Chris Enloe

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