Former President Donald Trump had great regard for his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway. Nevertheless, her spouse is a another thing. In a book published last year, Kellyanne Conway said that George Conway’s regular harassment of the 45th president while he was in office put a significant strain on their marriage. The former president trusted Conway and did not hold her accountable for her husband’s beliefs or conduct.
The Daily Mail covered the topic in an article:
Kellyanne, 56, became a Trump advisor in 2016, serving as his campaign manager. While she endlessly worked for the president, her husband – who co-founded the Lincoln Project, which worked to prevent Trump’s reelection – blasted the president on social media.
On Friday, he was busy on Twitter criticizing the previous leader, including retweeting a piece that questioned the president’s mental stability.
After their 2001 wedding, the couple has had four children. Nonetheless, their divergent political beliefs during the Trump administration harmed their connection. Kellyanne considered George’s continual public criticism of the former president as a kind of marital infidelity, branding it “cheating by tweeting” in her 2022 book, “Here’s the Deal.” She also said that Ivanka Trump advocated marital counselling, as reported by Conservative Brief.
In the end, however, the dramatic divergence in moral perspectives between the Conways led to their divorce. In addition, Trump has praised the decision.
Former President Donald Trump posted a scathing response to the news that his former top political advisor Kellyanne Conway and her husband of 22 years, George Conway, had filed for divorce on his Truth Social platform on Saturday.
“Congratulations to Kellyanne Conway on her DIVORCE from her wacko husband, Mr. Kellyanne Conway. Free at last, she has finally gotten rid of the disgusting albatross around her neck. She is a great person, and will now be free to lead the kind of life that she deserves…and it will be a great life without the extremely unattractive loser by her side!” the former president said.
In May 2022, Kellyanne recounted her divorce from George with the New York Times, as well as the first time he attacked Trump on Twitter:
What was shocking about that tweet looking back it came shortly after [George] took his name out of contention for Justice, Civil Division with a statement that read: “I called the President to take my name out. I sent him full support, it’s great working in the administration, and of course my wonderful wife.” And five days later, he tweeted it. So it was all very confusing. That’s why I said, “Well, he doesn’t tweet. And he wouldn’t say that.” He wasn’t being consistent with his own actions.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
What is very galling … I think it was like the summer of 2018 he was telling the Michael Isikoff “Skullduggery” podcast, “Oh, I knew that this administration was a s–tshow and a dumpster fire by April of that year.” And I was like, “Really? Because then you came to Easter, then you came to Halloween, then you came to a very intimate dinner with the Kushners.” CONTINUE READING…