While I am still quite certain that I love America and everything she stands for, I am also a bit embarrassed at times when it comes to our national political identity.
Trump, as a political newcomer, is a refreshing sight for many of us. His bombastic style, being beholden to no one, has been a breath of fresh air in the otherwise putrid and dense filth of the Washington Swamp.
What hasn’t been so invigorating, however, are the ways in which The Swamp attempts to play Trump’s game…and fail miserably. Such is the case of George Conway, wife of longtime Trump aide Kellyanne Conway, who appears to be enamored with the feeling he gets from starting trolling wars on Twitter with the President.
This has turned into a full-on media circus of sorts, now complete with marital woes and soap-opera-like dramatic effects.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway gave an interview to Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo on Thursday, and for a lengthy segment she dished on the ongoing feud between President Donald Trump and her husband, outspoken critic of the president George Conway.
“Your boss is calling your husband a whack job,” Bartiromo said after playing a video of Trump slamming Mr. Conway. “What’s going on?”
“My husband also has been very critical of the president publicly, which is unlike him,” Kellyanne said. “He’s traditionally been a very private person. In 2016, which was known as the year of the tweet, George Conway sent exactly zero tweets. So this is new. And what also is new is not supporting the agenda of the president and my work there.”
Then, Kellyanne laid down the law…
“I was raised in a household of strong Italian catholic women that taught me you air grievances like that in private,” Conway said, “so it is very surprising to see it be so public.”
This annoying and unnecessary Twitter feud has gone on too long, and it is a distraction from the real work being done by the Trump administration.
Hopefully, George Conway will get the message all the way out there in the doghouse.
The post Kellyanne Blasts Husband in Ongoing Media Soap Opera appeared first on Flag And Cross.