By now everyone has heard about the ‘complicated marriage’ between the accomplished conservative attorney George Conway and his wife Kellyanne Conway who has been working for the republican President Donald Trump as his spokesperson for at least a couple years. Mr. George Conway has established his bona fides in the Washington D.C. area, as a highly reputable attorney in conservative circles. For example, he used to represent Paula Jones during the President Bill Clinton era.
According to the Washington D.C. scuttlebutt, Mr. Conway has a penchant for strong-minded conservative, tall, skinny blonds. In the past, he had dated Laura Ingraham and it was none other than Ann Coulter who introduced him to his future spouse, Kellyanne.
George Conway and his wife, Kellyanne have been married for about 18 years and they have 4 children.
As per a 2018 CNBC article, Kellyanne Conway is reported to earn about $179,000 per year for being employed by the president. Mr. Conway, as an attorney in demand would demand a significantly greater income.
There are some who are wondering if this marriage can withstand the strain of a developing Twitter feud that has turned very ugly between Mr. Conway and President Trump.
For the record, originally both were thrilled that President Donald Trump became the 45th US president in November 2016. However, overtime, Mr. Conway has become a vocal critic of the president’s management style in the White House while his wife is still employed there.
During the weekend of March 15, 2019, a supposedly bored President Trump went on a Twitter rampage with about 58 tweets attacking all his favorite boogeymen like, the late Senator McCain, his 2016 Democratic Party opponent, Hillary Clinton, the unfair press, the FBI’s Special Counsel Robert Mueller III who’s leading its Trump-Russia probe, etc.
Mr. Conway’s attitude which had over time, become increasingly disapproving of the president’s erratic behaviors is exemplified in the following tweets:
The last straw came when Mr. Conway described by tweet how President Trump suffers from mental health issues. He referred to the diagnosis, ‘Narcissistic Personality Disorder.’ Then he tweeted a screenshot of the American Psychiatric Association’s diagnostic criteria for the condition.
Mr. Conway has told The Washington Post on March 19, 2019, that he turned down President Trump’s offer to lead (US Department of Justice) DOJ’s civil division after the president had abruptly fired the then-FBI Director James Comey and after the FBI’s Special Counsel Robert Mueller had been appointed to oversee the Trump- Russia investigation.
Even if Kellyanne Conway agrees with her husband, why walk away from a $179,000/year job? Far more “rewarding” in the long run to brag on her boss between clenched teeth.
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I wonder if this isn’t a sexist question. If a CEO said something derogatory against a family member, do I up and quit if I’m the primary bread winner. I know someone who did that but who regretted it afterwards because it took an unusually long time for him to find a similar job. Someone who ups and quits is not what employers want to hire. Frequently, this person is not in a position to explain what happened.
They have 4 children who are getting ready to got to college.
Frankly, I think the description of Narcissistic Personality Disorder fits Donald Trump to a T! And I do remember … George Conway turned down the offer of a job back in the early days of this reign of dis-functionality. He was a wise man to do so, and he remains a wise man. Not something we can say about the Idiot-in-Chief! If Trump spent half the time learning something about our nation, our government, and our foreign relations that he spends tweeting juvenile slurs, he might actually learn something. Two thumbs up to George Conway. Only thing I cannot understand is how he can stand to be married to Kellyanne the boot-licker!
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If the shoe fits…If the glove fits..If he walks like a duck and looks like a Narcissist, he’s a Narcissist.
What President Trump just proved inadvertently is that he does lie about others begging for a job in the White House. This time, he picked on the wrong guy.
I’m past trying to figure out how someone can be attracted another person. It’s not for me to judge. But I am appreciative of the fact that as a conservative, he has the power of influence over others.
I’m angriest about President Trump compromising our standing with our allies when we need to stand together, the most.
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Yep, there can be no doubt that he is a narcissist. I believe I began calling him one before the end of 2015, for by then he had shown most, if not all, of the traits listed in your post.
I agree with you wholeheartedly … the most dangerous thing he has done is cuddle up with the autocrats while denigrating and knocking down our allies. There will be a price for that. The other most dangerous thing, of course, is his complete disregard for climate change science and his attempts to rollback regulations that were designed to protect our planet. There will be a price for that as well. We really need to replace this incompetent buffoon!
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Gronda, people relying on Trump to recount history are following a fool’s errand. The letter turning Trump down speaks volumes. This weekend Trump said McCain released the Steele dossier to sway the election. But McCain did not get and release the report until after the election. Trump also says that the dossier is inverified, but that is not true either as several key findings jive with other sources. As Michael Cohen said Trump is a racist, conman and cheat. Whether one agrees with McCain or not, I would not define him in those terms. Keith
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You have noticed by now that President Trump has to blame someone else for his current woes and a dead, beloved hero like Senator McCain is fair game by his rules.
I have noticed something odd occurring on the 23rd of march 2019. The president as of mid-day has not tweeted even one time.
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