George Conway says he tweets about Trump to 'get it off my chest' so he doesn't scream at his wife about it
The drama between White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, her husband, and President Trump is only getting messier.
George Conway told The Washington Post on Tuesday it's "maddening" to watch Trump's "incompetence," and his anti-Trump tweets are "just the way to get it out of the way, so I can get it off my chest and move on with my life that day" and "frankly, it's so I don't end up screaming at [Kellyanne] about it." Trump had lashed out at Conway on Twitter earlier in the day, calling him a "total loser!"
Conway also detailed a number of interactions he's apparently had with Trump over the years, despite Trump's 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, claiming the president "doesn't even know him!" Conway said Trump has, in fact, spoken with him over the phone to get his legal opinion several times and once asked him in person whether he should fire then-U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara. Conway also said he once rode with Trump on the way to a costume party and that Trump went "on and on" about National Security Adviser John Bolton's mustache, with this being a reason he didn't want to pick Bolton as secretary of state.
Kellyanne Conway is reportedly frustrated with her husband's tweets, and "went on a lengthy rant about her husband" during a party last month attended by several journalists. She reportedly said that she believes her husband is jealous of her and that he prefers "to spend his time in front of his computer, while she preferred to socialize," writes the Post.
George Conway, though, swears he isn't jealous of his wife at all, saying, "No one was prouder than I was that she was able to elect this man president despite his obvious flaws."