Conway declined to comment on the state of his marriage to the Post, adding that he was proud, not "jealous", of his wife but that he would prefer she not work for Trump. "I barely know him but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!"
In one notable interview with The Washington Post, Kellyanne Conway told a reporter in what she thought was an off-the-record discussion that she found her husband's criticism of the President to be "disrespectful" and a possible violation of their "marital vows". The impression it gives off is that Conway likes the attention and wants to constantly remind everyone he doesn't like his wife's boss, regardless of the impact it might have on her. YMMV, I suppose.
His tweets followed a weekend in which Mr Trump took to Twitter several dozen times, airing grievances related to "Saturday Night Live", decisions made by Fox News executives, the Russian Federation investigation and John McCain, the late Republican senator.
We all know Donald Trump loves a good public fight with his critics.
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It was used in the Christchurch massacre and has been used in multiple mass shootings in the US. There was a sense of safety in coming together on Monday, she said.
Trump first addressed the constant criticism coming from George Conway in November after he questioned Trump's installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general without the senate's approval.
The unseemly row is made unique by the fact that Conway's wife is Kellyanne Conway, a fiercely loyal advisor to Trump. "I'm watching this thing, and it's like the administration is like a s***show in a dumpster fire", Conway said. George Conway was also reportedly under consideration for a job within Trump's Department of Justice but said in a June 2017 statement that he was withdrawing himself from consideration.
Conway responded to Trump's latest insult in a series of critical notes on Twitter.
Also, it's not really changing anyone's mind about Trump.
A month later, Trump allegedly told Conway he was smart not to take the job because he would have worked under Jeff Sessions, the attorney general at the time who was sacked last November. "I have four kids and I was getting them out of the house this morning to talk to the president about substance, so I may not be up to speed on all of them", she said, referring to her husband's tweets.