Kellyanne Conway Defended Trump’s Tweets Against Her Husband

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On Wednesday, the feud between Kellyanne Conway's husband, George Conway, and President Donald Trump escalated as the men traded barbs over Twitter.

Of all the brawls Mr Trump has waded into, his back-and-forth with lawyer George Conway has been one of the more eyebrow-raising in Washington. Trump responded by calling Conway "a total loser", then, upon reflection, a "stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!"

George Conway, who turned down a Justice Department job in June 2017, once went to bat for Trump to settle a dispute at the Trump World Tower in NY, where the Conways lived at the time.

Asked this week about her husband's concerns for the President's mental health, Kellyanne Conway said simply: "No, I don't share those concerns". "He added that "*allnow a href="" *told The New York Times.

In his "Skullduggery" interview, Conway admitted he wept with joy and pride on election night while reflecting on how Kellyanne Conway helped engineer Trump's upset victory over Hillary Clinton.

Conway on Wednesday posted a brief response on Twitter commenting on Trump's latest tirade: "You. Are".

Meanwhile Kellyanne defends everything he says and does with her "alternative fact" spinning.

"You think he shouldn't respond when somebody, a nonmedical professional accuses him of having a mental disorder?" While George Conway has always been critical of Trump, attacks between the two ratcheted up this week when Conway questioned Trump's mental health, tweeting screengrabs of the medical definitions of narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

Trump had also complained to Conway about his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, ranting about how "smart" it was for Conway not to have taken a job at the Justice Department.

Kellyanne Conway's boss, who is the President of the United States, is saying she is married to a "husband from hell" who is jealous of her success.

But we wouldn't put our money on things staying that way - because now Trump is getting personally involved, and as we know when Trump takes a hand in the business, it's a guaranteed failure.

This isn't the James Carville-Mary Matalin scenario that some Trump allies like to compare the Conways to. "Consider them as a product of his pathologies, and they make ideal sense", George Conway wrote Monday morning.