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Politics George Conway replies to Kellyanne tweet to blast Trump

23:50  02 december  2019
23:50  02 december  2019 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

Kellyanne Conway's husband says she's an 'enabler' of 'criminal' Trump

  Kellyanne Conway's husband says she's an 'enabler' of 'criminal' Trump George Conway, the husband of top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, said on Friday that his wife was an "enabler" and "cheerleader" for President Trump, who George Conway has repeatedly described as mentally ill and accused of criminal conduct. © Provided by Reuters News & Media Inc. GEORGE CONWAY, VOCAL TRUMP CRITIC WHO IS MARRIED TO TRUMP SENIOR ADVISER KELLYANNE CONWAY: "It's the moment," Conway told MSNBC News. "This is about putting the country, the law, truth above partisanship," he said, calling Republican lawmakers' behavior "appalling.

Eric Trump ’s tweet accusing Conway of disrespecting his wife’s White House position followed about nine hours later. While Conway didn’t respond “You mean Mr. Kellyanne Conway ?” Trump replied when reporters asked him for his thoughts on the piece. “He’s just trying to get publicity for himself.”

Kellyanne Conway , counselor to President Trump , on the feud between her husband George Conway and President Trump . FOX Business Network (FBN) is a financial

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s husband, George Conway, directly responded to his wife’s tweet on Monday, in a public escalation over their differing views about President Trump.

Kellyanne Conway standing next to a man in a suit and tie© Provided by Washington Examiner

Kellyanne Conway tweeted out a video of Trump’s rival Joe Biden discussing children playing with his leg hair, writing, “WATCH: Sleepy Joe is Creepy Joe. We need Ukraine’s help to defeat THIS guy?”

George Conway, who strongly opposes Trump, quote-tweeted his wife, responding, “Your boss apparently thought so.”

It is the first time George Conway has quote-tweeted his wife. The two have disagreed publicly about the Trump administration but have tended to keep away from directly confronting each other about it.

Is Kellyanne Conway the 'Anonymous' White House author? No, says George Conway

  Is Kellyanne Conway the 'Anonymous' White House author? No, says George Conway The question was first raised on Twitter by John Dean, of Watergate fame, who knows a thing or two about White House intrigue. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.Dean, the Nixon White House counsel whose testimony blew open the Watergate scandal, posted his thoughts Wednesday on the possible identity of "Anonymous" after reading an October article by George Conway in The Atlantic titled "Unfit for Office." © Evan Vucci, AP White House counselor Kellyanne Conway talks with reporters outside the White House, Thursday, Nov.

Kellyanne Conway said her husband's anti- Trump tweets were 'a violation of basic decency' if not their 'marital vows' — but wanted to be In the Post profile, George , who introduced Kellyanne to Trump , said he now wishes he never did. Kellyanne , meanwhile, said she believes there is a part of

President Donald Trump ’s tweetstorm Monday about his travel-ban executive order has an unlikely opponent: Kellyanne Conway ’s husband. Trump took to Twitter on Monday morning to tweet about how an executive order earlier this year that suspended travel to the U.S. from six predominantly

George Conway has told friends that he thinks that his wife, who has worked for Trump since before he was elected, is in “a cult.” Kellyanne has said that any power her husband has, he derives from her, and has been very critical of media outlets covering their relationship.

'A Few' Senate Republicans Believe Trump's Ukraine Actions Are 'Demonstrably Impeachable,' Senator Says .
"I think a full blown defense that says 'this is a hoax' and 'there's absolutely nothing to it,' will be difficult for them to sustain," Senator Chris Coons said.Coons, a Democrat from Delaware, made the remarks during a Thursday interview with CNN, in which he discussed how a Senate trial of the president could play out. The congressman noted that Republicans will have significant control over how the proceedings move forward, as the upper chamber of Congress is currently controlled by a GOP majority.

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