Trump calls George Conway the ‘husband from hell’ and Twitter can’t deal: ‘Sit this one out’

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Erin Donnelly
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Donald Trump (pictured with Kellyanne Conway at a 2017 pre-inaugural event) has called her spouse the “husband from hell.” (Photo: Chris Kleponis/Pool via Bloomberg)
Donald Trump (pictured with Kellyanne Conway at a 2017 pre-inaugural event) has called her spouse the “husband from hell.” (Photo: Chris Kleponis/Pool via Bloomberg)

The simmering feud between President Trump and George Conway, husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, has hit a full boil. On Wednesday morning Trump aimed one of his notorious Twitter salvos against George, an attorney who, despite his wife’s job, has been one of the president’s most outspoken critics. Most recently, he made claims about Trump’s mental health, tweeting last Sunday that “his condition is getting worse.”

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Trump fired back with an angry tweet calling George a “stone-cold LOSER and husband from hell” who is “VERY jealous” of his wife’s White House credentials. He also repeated his 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale’s claim that Conway is bitter because he was allegedly passed over for a job at the Department of Justice, which some sources have disputed, insisting that Conway turned down the job offer.

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Conway didn’t take long to respond to the attack.

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He also doubled down on his jabs about Trump’s mental health by sharing a still of Humphrey Bogart as the paranoid, mentally ill leader Captain Queeg from the 1954 film The Caine Mutiny. And yes, Stormy Daniels was mentioned a lot.

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While Kellyanne hasn’t weighed in on her boss’s tweet about her spouse and father of her four children, Twitter users have plenty to say about it. Trump’s “husband from hell” line in particular has inspired some mockery of the thrice-married POTUS.

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Even celebrities couldn’t resist chiming in.

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It’s not the first time George has been called out by a Trump. In December first son Eric Trump accused him of treating Conway with “utter disrespect.”

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