6:14 PM PT -- Rep. Joe Kennedy III is calling for Kellyanne's job ... saying President Trump should have fired her a long time ago.
We got Joe on Capital Hill and he says Trump's comments and Kellyanne's actions are some of the most "disgusting, demeaning and debasing" aspects of our nation's politics.
4:00 PM PT -- The introduction of a Congressional resolution to condemn President Trump's tweets about the Congresswomen is stirring s**t up on Capitol Hill.
Rep. Eric Swalwell was on the floor of the House of Representatives Tuesday, and just ripped into Trump over a laundry list of "racist" comments. That didn't sit well with Rep. Doug Collins, who stood up and yelled Swalwell was out of order.
After several gavel slams ... order was restored to the House floor, but fair to say D.C. is lit right now on this topic!
Kellyanne Conway is taking President Trump's feud with the Democratic Congresswomen to a whole new level ... angrily barking at reporters that POTUS is sick of the America we live in today.
Trump's aide was talking to reporters Tuesday in D.C. about the President's insistence that his tweets demanding Congresswomen, like Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, go back and fix the countries from which they came.
Conway responded to a reporter's question by demanding to know the reporter's ethnicity -- then dropped some spin on him, claiming Trump was doing the same ... simply referring to the Congresswomen's ethnicities. But, then she got heated.
Conway sneered at the reporter and shouted, "A lot of us are sick and tired of this country, of America coming last! To people who swore an oath of office."
While she might have stumbled through the sentence, her message was clear -- Trump's fed up, and thinks the Congresswomen aligning against him are un-American.
Trump's critics will say his tweets and Conway's statement are obvious examples of dog whistling. If true, it's the angriest dog whistle we've seen yet from the administration.