Will Kellyanne Conway Be the Next Casualty of the Trump Administration?

Trump wants loyalty. And not just from his staffers.

Loyalty is a great quality. Nonetheless, the media portrays Trump’s want of loyalty as something only a sociopath would want.

Interestingly, the Left requires unwavering loyalty, even when those clown are dead wrong. But that’s another story for another day.

As for Trump, he wants loyal people, because he knows that loyalty means more than competence, at times. And he expects his staff to make good decisions about their relationships.

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That may be why Kellyanne Conway could be on the hot seat.

Changing her twitter page signaled a change in more than her social media status. Newsmax reported,

Hours after Kellyanne Conway’s husband criticized President Donald Trump in yet another high-profile slam, Conway changed her Twitter bio to reflect the attention her spouse is receiving.

Conway, who recently altered her Twitter bio to remove her White House role, changed the text to this Friday: “The ‘Kellyanne Conway’ in ‘Kellyanne Conway’s Husband.”

I’m not sure if this change is in support of her husband or herself.

But know that Trump and team watch everything. Because the administration is infiltrated with swamp rats. And make no mistake about it, Kellyanne Conway’s husband George Conway is a swamp rat.

The article continues,

In an interview published Friday morning, George Conway said he would rather move to Australia than vote for Trump in 2020. He also called the Trump administration a “s**tshow.”

“I’m watching this thing, and it’s like the administration is like a s***show in a dumpster fire,” Conway told Yahoo News’ Skullduggery podcast.

“And then you got the [James] Comey firing, and then you got [Trump] going on TV saying, ‘I had Russia on my mind,’ and it’s like, ‘Oh, no.’ And then I’m driving home one day from New York, and it’s like ‘Robert Mueller appointed special counsel,’ and then I realized, this guy is going to be at war with the Justice Department.”

Conway takes a page from Bill Kristol as he mounted his #NeverTrump attack against the president.

What’s most revealing is how bold he was in his attack; a very public attack.

Worse, his attack is completely baseless.

I suspect he or Kellyanne will get a book deal soon. This story has all the signs of being a publicity stunt. And when people use Trump for publicity, it pays better than an insider-trading Nancy Pelosi stock tip.

I saw a story recently where George Conway says his wife is the reason for Trump’s victory. Interesting that he would say this, given his hatred of Trump.

Does the man hate his wife for helping Trump win?

Not to burst his bubble, but while every part of Trump’s team can say they played a part in his victory, the fact is Trump won by being Trump.

Ironically, Conway even wished his wife had “never met Trump”.

As SPIN reported earlier this year:

George Conway hasn’t hidden his displeasure with his wife’s boss, often taking to Twitter to retweet criticism of the president or quote tweet an article and call the president stupid, dishonest, or some combination of the two. The Post went ahead and confirmed our suspicion that sharing a home with Trump’s most shameless spin doctor has made their personal lives uncomfortable. Unfortunately, Conway has no one to blame but himself as he’s the one who introduced Kellyanne to Trump when the pair lived in New York City.

From the Post:

Shortly after getting married in 2001, Kellyanne and George moved into an apartment in Manhattan’s Trump World Tower. There, George made an impression on the future president at a condo board meeting where he argued against removing Trump’s name from the building. The speech earned George an offer to join the condo board, which he declined but passed on to his wife, who accepted.

“Knowing what I know now,” George told me later, back in Washington, “I would have said no, and never mentioned it when I got home.”

I’m trying to figure out the Kellyanne Conway “Get Well” plan here. Her husband now openly and vehemently targets her boss.

Looks like trouble in paradise, as Kellyanne Conway may soon have to decide between her husband or her president.

 

 

 

 

 

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