No doubt, Kellyanne has an impossible job, trying to pretend trump didn’t lie …again and again. Here is a recent example of her inability to denfend the President’s lies.
Kellyanne is married to George T. Conway III, a New York lawyer. They have four children in spite of both working crazy hours.
Kellyanne Conway is the highest ranking woman in the Trump White House.
George Conway was considered for a prominent role in the Department of Justice. Multiple sources reported that Trump would likely nominate Conway’s husband George Conway to lead the Department of Justice’s civil division. According to CNN, if the Senate confirmed him, he “would lead an office that would handle legal challenges to major Trump administration initiatives, such as the controversial travel ban.” The Wall Street Journal was first to report the news that the corporate lawyer would likely be nominated, after previously being considered for the position of U.S. solicitor general.
Back in May it was reported that George had supported Trump during the 2016 election. He was reportedly proud of his wife for her role in the Trump campaign. On election night, he cried.
It seems the tide turned when Trump fired FBI Director James Comey and special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed by the Justice Department. George Conway became a man in turmoil. People who know him say, he is seriously conflicted between the loyalty he feels toward his wife and an assault on his profession and his ideals that he did not anticipate when he cheered on election night. He also forfeited a powerful job running the Justice Department’s civil division. He has become a Twitter phenom—tweeting and retweeting critiques of the president and support for the Mueller probe that his wife’s employer calls a “witch hunt.” Many in the White House have noticed, including Kellyanne and, according to multiple administration officials, the president himself. Conway now has nearly 50,000 followers, and his tweeting—the majority of it retweets, rather than his own commentary—has attracted the notice of everyone from conservative legal scholars to TV host Whoopi Goldberg, who gave him a shoutout on a recent episode of ABC’s “The View”: “I say George, keep it up, honey. Whether your wife gets it or not, stay sane. It’s a good thing to stay sane.”
George Conway’s tweets would be somewhat less notable if he were not one of the few members of an conservative group that has been publicly critical of the president and seemingly supportive of the Mueller probe.
By keeping its collective mouth shut, the Federalist Society—a nationwide network of conservative lawyers with its power base in D.C.—has amassed huge influence in the Trump administration. The Federalist Society has been the most influential organization in selecting Judges like Gorsuch, and in appointment of ultraconservative judges to fill vacancies from appellate courts on down. It’s a status the organization does not want to jeopardize through rash tweets or the signing of petitions that might make one feel good on issues that matter less to them than a complete reorientation of the federal bench.
Conway had already completed a background check and was interviewing candidates to be his deputy when Comey was fired, according to sources familiar with the paperwork process. It was around that time that he started telling potential colleagues that he was having second thoughts about the whole thing. It just didn’t make sense, he told them, for him and his wife both to be targets in the Trump whirlwind at the same time.
George Conway has once again made his disagreement with Trump public knowledge. George criticized President Donald Trump for failing to understand his job enforcing the law in the wake of Trump’s attacks against his attorney general.
On Twitter Friday, Trump resumed his remarkable public hammering of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and suggested Sessions pursue the White House’s political opponents.“What everyone should want, and the country needs, is a ‘President’ capable of comprehending what it means to ‘take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.”‘George Conway shot back, quoting from the US Constitution.What everyone should want, and the country needs, is a “President” capable of comprehending what it meanso “take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.” Art. II, § 3.George also recently suggested that Trump makes false statements and criticized the President for attacking his allies.The Conways were recently the subject of a Washington Post story that gave insight into how their political differences over Trump affect their marriage.Kellyanne Conway told the Post her husband’s tweets were “disrespectful” and a “violation of basic decency, certainly, if not marital vows” — but wanted her comments to be attributed to “a person familiar with their relationship.” She clarified that she doesn’t see his tweets that way, but “people do see it this way.”It is a sad day in American politics when married couples can’t disagree without jeopardizing their fundamental relationship. It seems to me that couples and family members disagree often. However disagreements in the past have focused on political ideologies rather than on the facts. When the facts are in dispute, political ideologies don’t matter because we can’t even agree on the state of the union. Kellyanne conway’s “alternative facts” is the most illuminating reason she and her husband have experienced trouble in paradise. The problem with “alternative facts” is perhaps why America is so divided. We can’t even agree on the facts that embody the challenges the country faces. If we can’t agree on the facts, we will never find a solution to fix them.