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PoliticsKellyanne Conway calls husband's attacks on Trump 'unusual,' thanks president for defending her

16:25  21 march  2019
16:25  21 march  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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Kellyanne Conway weighed in Thursday on the bitter Twitter feud between her husband George and President Trump , calling her spouse' s criticism of her boss " unusual " while thanking Trump for defending her from what “he thinks is unfairness.”

George Conway , the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway , escalated his criticism of President Donald Trump on Monday by using a tweet from his wife to assail her boss over the continuing fallout from the House impeachment inquiry.

Kellyanne Conway calls husband's attacks on Trump 'unusual,' thanks president for defending her© FoxNews.com Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, spoke on the feud between her husband, George Conway, and President Trump. Kellyanne Conway weighed in Thursday on the bitter Twitter feud between her husband, George, and President Trump.

Speaking to Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Thursday morning, Conway said it is “unusual” to see her husband so publicly criticizing the president, while also thanking Trump for defending her from what "he thinks is unfairness."

“My husband has been very critical of the president publicly, which is unlike him because he’s usually a very private person,” she said during an interview on Fox Business’ “Mornings with Maria."

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White House aide Kellyanne Conway publicly backed Donald Trump on Wednesday after an Mrs Conway used a cable news interview to insist she would not resign and rebuked her husband His attacks on the president increased in the last few days in response to a weekend "tweet storm" by

Kellyanne conway calls husband ' S attacks on trump ' unusual ,' thanks president for defending her . The tweets came after Kellyanne Conway herself weighed in on the feud between her husband and her boss. Kellyanne called her spouse's criticism of her boss

“This is new. And what is also new is not supporting the agenda of the president and my work there, because when George took himself out of contention for a top job in the Department of Justice almost two years ago he put out a statement — that many in the media refuse to cover now  — that we decided as a family ... it is not the right time for us both to have big jobs in the federal government … and that he still supports the president, the work of the administration and his quote, wonderful wife.

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“I appreciate the president defending what he thinks is unfairness, I’ll leave that up to him, but I was raised in a household of strong Italian Catholic women who taught me that you air grievances like that in private. So it is very surprising to see it be so public.”

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Kellyanne and George Conway , shown at a Washington dinner in this Jan. 19, 2017 photo, are publicly at odds over President Trump these days. “You just like to say ‘the president lies’ so it goes viral,” Conway told CNN’ s Chris Cuomo, after saying the payments were not campaign violations as alleged.

Kellyanne Conway addresses husband ' s criticism of Trump . (CNN) Kellyanne Conway is now publicly disparaging her husband George for his attacks on her boss, the President Conway , who called her husband out for being unsupportive, also framed her relationship as "the unusual situation

She continued: "[The president] is protective of me, that’s what people really should take from this. I’m not being asked to choose between my marriage and my job. Donald Trump has never made me feel that way. I know George is quoted recently as saying 'I wish she didn’t work there.'"

Asked if her husband wants her to step down, Conway replied: “Certainly, but what message does that send?”

Conway also dinged those in the media who have speculated on her and George’s relationship, saying: “The media is getting into a very dangerous area in discussing people’s marriages.”

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The counselor to the president closed out the interview by describing herself as “business as usual,” despite the swirling controversy.

“Really, until this week, this was my private life, not my professional life. George is not Bob Mueller… he is not Rod Rosenstein, he can’t act on those tweets in a way,” she said.

‘A total loser!’: Trump lashes out at George Conway, who has been questioning his mental health

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Conway , husband of Kellyanne , one of the president ' s closest advisors, has not been shy about criticizing Trump on social media. It' s the latest in a series of less-than-subtle digs the conservative has taken against President Donald Trump . The critique came as a rebuttal of a Wall Street Journal

George Conway , husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and vocal Trump critic, took a subtle dig at the president in his Twitter profile Kellyanne Conway has herself weighed in on the bitter feud, calling her husband ’ s attacks on Trump “ unusual ” and thanking the president for

“And I don’t know when the feminists are going to write the story on the unusual situation of a man getting power through his wife, but that’s what we have here.”

Conway’s Fox Business interview came after Trump turned up the heat Wednesday in his feud with George Conway, calling him a “stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!”

GEORGE CONWAY RAMPS UP TRUMP ATTACKS AS KELLYANNE DEFENDS BOSS

“George Conway, often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway by those who know him, is VERY jealous of his wife’s success & angry that I, with her help, didn’t give him the job he so desperately wanted. I barely know him but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!” Trump tweeted Wednesday morning.

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In one of the more bizarre feuds of the Trump era, George Conway has repeatedly questioned the president’s mental health on social media, all while his wife continues to work at the White House. He responded to the latest salvo by tweeting: "You. Are. Nuts."

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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