Politics Conway and Haley get into heated feud: 'You'll say anything to get the vice-presidential nomination'

23:55  18 november  2019
23:55  18 november  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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George Conway and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley got into a heated back-and-forth on Twitter on Monday she knocked the conservative lawyer and husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway for his recent criticism of a Republican lawmaker amid the House's impeachment inquiry.

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"This is absolutely uncalled for and disgusting. What is wrong with people? George Conway is the last person that can call someone "trash," Haley tweeted on Monday afternoon. Her tweet also featured an article published by Townhall, titled "George Conway: Let's Face It, This Elise Stefanik Character Is 'Trash.'"

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The post by the conservative website was centered around a tweet shared Friday by Conway that blasted the New York congresswoman as "lying trash" and urged his followers "give to her opponent."

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In response to Haley, Conway, a vocal critic of President Trump, took aim at the recent comments she made in defense of the president in an interview last Tuesday, in which she said Trump was "truthful" in "every instance" she worked with him.

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"You'll say anything to get the vice-presidential nomination, won't you, @NikkiHaley?" he said in a follow-up tweet. He also took a shot at the ratio of comments Haley received on her tweet criticizing him in comparison to its likes and retweets, writing in another tweet: "Nice ratio here."

The heated exchange by Haley and Conway comes several days after the lawyer went after Donald Trump Jr. on Twitter during Marie Yovanovitch's hearing on Friday.

Trump Jr. wrote in a tweet that "America hired" his father "to fire people like the first three witnesses" seen in the House's first week of public impeachment hearings as part of its ongoing inquiry into Trump, referring to diplomats William Taylor and George Kent and Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

Conway sounded off on Trump Jr.'s criticism, writing: "Each of Taylor, Kent, and Yovanovitch has more intelligence, talent, integrity, decency, honor, and patriotism in each of their fingers than you and your father will ever have."

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