Conway mocks Schiff: 'This guy leaves the house every morning with his earpiece'

White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayGeorge Conway lashes out at 'Deranged Donald' on Twitter The Hill's Morning Report - Trump tells House investigators 'no' Hillicon Valley: Facebook expects up to B FTC fine | DHS face scanning at airports sparks alarm | New Twitter tool targets election misinformation | Lawmakers want answers on Google 'Sensorvault' MORE mocked Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffOn The Money: Treasury misses second Dem deadline on Trump tax returns | Waters renews calls for impeachment | Dem wants Fed pick to apologize for calling Ohio cities 'armpits of America' | Stocks reach record high after long recovery On The Money: Cain withdraws from Fed consideration | Says he didn't want 'pay cut' | Trump sues to block subpoena for financial records | Dems plot next move in Trump tax-return battle Pelosi downplays impeachment post-Mueller report MORE (D-Calif.) Tuesday on Fox News, saying he "leaves the house every morning with his earpiece," digging at Schiff for going on TV often. She also slammed Democrats for having "no message" heading into the 2018 midterm elections. 
"They live on TV, especially Schiff, and you know it," Conway told "Fox & Friends." 
"This guy leaves the house every morning with his earpiece and his congressional button, and he does a lot more with the earpiece," she added.
The Republican National Committee released research on Feb. 28 showing that Schiff had conducted 227 television interviews since Jan. 20, 2017, including 111 interviews with MSNBC that lasted more than 12 hours in total. Schiff also conducted 87 interviews with CNN that lasted about 11 hours in total. 
In a Sunday interview on ABC's "This Week," Schiff urged voters opposed to President TrumpDonald John TrumpForget the spin: Five unrefuted Mueller Report revelations Lara Trump: Merkel admitting migrants 'one of the worst things that ever happened to Germany' Financial satisfaction hits record high: survey MORE that the best way to battle his agenda is "to throw the bums out" of Congress who support "a deeply unethical president." 
"At the end of the day, there’s only one remedy for that and that is you need to throw the bums out. As long as there is a majority in Congress who is willing to do this president’s will and as long as we have a deeply unethical president there is only one remedy," Schiff said. 

Conway argued that Democrats only "snark and bark about this president" because "they have no message" around security and prosperity. 

"You see that with Schiff and Swalwell," she said, referring to another Democratic House member, Rep. Eric SwalwellEric Michael SwalwellJulián Castro: Trump should be impeached for trying to obstruct justice 'in very concrete ways' Swalwell on impeachment: 'We're on that road' after Mueller report The Hill's Morning Report - Dem candidates sell policy as smart politics MORE (Calif.), who frequently appears on television. "It’s the same thing: attack, attack, divert and deflect," she said. 
"He won’t be diverted or discouraged doing things on behalf of the American people. We are more secure and prosperous because of him," Conway later added, referring to President Trump. "This is the flailing that happens when you have no message."