Kellyanne Conway's husband weighs in on Trump

Laura Christensen
June 6, 2017

She added, "So we've got the 23rd ISIS-inspired or directed attack taking innocent lives, children in Manchester, children in Nice, we want to know, put some blame-worthiness on President Trump".

Or, at least, they hoped he would.

It is, to say the least, highly unusual for a president to comment in such a belligerent way about a matter that is now before federal courts - the Trump administration asked the Supreme Court to reinstate the most recent version of his Muslim ban last week.

George Conway's tweet refers to the Office of the Solicitor General, which has appealed the blocked travel ban to the Supreme Court.

Jadwat is the ACLU lawyer for International Refugee Assistance Project v. Trump - the travel ban case in the Fourth Circuit that the Justice Department asked the justices to review. While they want to push policy reforms, like they did over the weekend, they nearly always find themselves getting distracted by 140-character messages from the President himself. "Kellyanne and I continue to support the President and his Administration, and I look forward to doing so in whatever way I can from outside the government".

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"This White House will continue to be on offense or defense, and that offense includes shaming people or guilting them, or telling them to be responsible, by telling them to cover things like the infrastructure investment", she said. But Monday morning's series of messages shows Trump will rarely, if ever, break his Twitter habit.

Pressed again if Trump owed the London mayor an apology, Conway dodged the question again, instead directing the conversation toward the attack itself. Conway's account is not verified, but he confirmed it was his in an email to the Washington Post.

"This obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter and very little of what he does as President", Conway said. Among them: George Conway, a prominent D.C. lawyer who is married to top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway and almost became a Trump appointee. "It's a direct criticism of the President from a close ally".

But Trump could, if he wanted to, tweet about infrastructure and follow the lead of his top aides. Indeed, we are likely to again hear any minute now that the media must also not cover his "travel ban", or his farcical demands to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, or his firing of an FBI director investigating his own staff, or the details of his supported healthcare plan, or of his budget, or of his hiring decisions, or of his lack of hirings, or of who he meets with, or of who he refuses to meet with, or literally anything else the idiot man-child says, does, thinks, writes, eats, or bangs his shins on.

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