George Conway

"On the plus side, everyone knows Trump's promises aren't good for anything!" one person pointed out on Twitter.
The husband of Kellyanne Conway skewers the president for saying he's "waiting to hear from the Kingdom" about a response to the bombing of Saudi oil facilities.
"Except when we invite the Taliban over for a photo op," George Conway fired back on Twitter.
Kellyanne Conway's husband made a mocking hashtag — that exposed Trump's untruths — trend on Twitter.
Trump's claim goosed financial markets rattled by his intensifying trade war rhetoric.
White House counsel belts out a line from a Taylor Swift song that sounds a lot like a not-so-coded message to her boss.
Husband of Kellyanne Conway live-tweets Trump's bonkers rally-like event in Pennsylvania.
The president who talked of 7/11 instead of 9/11, made up the country of "Nambia" and referred to Revolutionary War airports is appalled by Biden's gaffes.
The Trump-trolling #DoYouHaveASmartPhone hashtag went viral on Twitter with the help of Kellyanne Conway's husband.
The husband and wife tweeted wildly different responses to the former United Nations ambassador's criticism of the president.
"Not a great guy, Caesar," one player adds. "I like Emperors that aren’t murdered. ... Romans come up to me every day and tell me how much they love me."
George Conway and others on Twitter have been taking swipes at the president's questionable claim that he “spent a lot of time” at Ground Zero.
Twitter followers pitch in after the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway suggests Trump's next career move.
"I go by what people do, not what other people say about them," the White House counselor said.
“Naivete, resentment and outright racism, roiled in a toxic mix, have given us a racist president," the attorney and husband of Kellyanne Conway wrote.
Kellyanne Conway's husband offered advice to Trump's opposition in 2020.
Republicans should be just as incensed as they were about accusations against Bill Clinton, writes Kellyanne Conway's husband.
The husband of presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway argued that Trump had practically invited the move already in a piece in the Washington Post.
Kellyanne Conway's husband produced a 38-tweet thread featuring stories that criticized or poked fun at the president.
"He meant 'well.' I don't do cover-ups well," responded one Twitter wit.