REPORT: Kellyanne Conway’s husband goes after Trump on potential re-election
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George Conway said Friday that President Trump “thinks he needs to be re-elected to avoid being indicted,” taking another public shot on Twitter at the president.
Conway, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, came under attack from Trump this week after Conway questioned the president’s mental fitness — a jab he made again on Friday.
The article goes on to state the following:
The two have engaged in a bitter fight over Twitter and in presidential interviews with reporters all week.
“THINK about the fact that we don’t just have a mentally unstable president—but a president who thinks he needs to be re-elected to avoid being indicted. (At least in that one respect his thinking is clear.),” Conway tweeted.
THINK about the fact that we don’t just have a mentally unstable president—but a president who thinks he needs to be re-elected to avoid being indicted. (At least in that one respect his thinking is clear.) https://t.co/TuX3nncLh2
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) March 22, 2019
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