George Conway, Husband of Kellyanne, Attacks President Trump as “Mentally Unwell” in All Day Twitter Storm Urging Resignation

George Conway, the Trump-hating husband of senior advisor to President Trump, Kelleyanne Conway, went on a day-long Twitter storm Sunday in which he attacked Trump as “mentally unwell” and urged him to resign from the presidency.

Mr. and Mrs. Kellyanne Conway.

Conway was triggered by a Trump tweet critical of the media explaining why he fights back even if it is seen as unpresidential: “I know it is not at all “Presidential” to hit back at the Corrupt Media, or people who work for the Corrupt Media, when they make false statements about me or the Trump Administration. Problem is, if you don’t hit back, people believe the Fake News is true. So we’ll hit back!”

 

Conway went on a Twitter storm starting just before 9 a.m EDT, attacking Trump, then recommending two books questioning Trump’s mental health, followed by more attacks on Trump. The missus must have been fixing the kids’ breakfast while he was busy stabbing her in the back online by attacking her boss.

“You’re not “presidential” at all, period. You’re mentally unwell. You engage in bizarre, irrational, self-defeating behavior, which prompts criticism of you, which triggers more bizarre, irrational, self-defeating behavior. You would have been fired from any other job by now.”

“Do yourself and the country a favor. Resign and seek the psychological treatment you so obviously need.”

“I’m not sure I agree with every jot and tittle of what’s in these volumes, but if even a fraction of the points made in them are valid, you shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near the White House.”


“And if anyone has any doubt about the question, ask yourself this: If, say, a CEO of a major publicly-held company engaged in conduct remotely similar to what we’ve seen of Donald J. Trump over the past 2-1/2 years, what would happen? How long would she or he last in the job?”

“At a minimum, the board of directors would demand that the CEO undergo rigorous psychological examination. But they’d probably just get a new CEO.”

Conway spent much of the day tweeting and retweeting about President Trump; tweeting, replying and retweeting with comments about twenty times as well as retweeting about seventeen more attacks on Trump without comment. Most of those occurred in about a three hour span Sunday morning.

Conway’s last action was within the 4 p.m. hour EDT with a retweet of an anti-Trump tweet by former AP reporter Ron Fournier.

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