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Kellyanne Conway’s Husband Mocks Trump on Twitter as ‘Sad’

George Conway says Trump’s tweets might make people feel better but won’t get travel ban passed

The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, George Conway, took to Twitter on Monday to mock President Trump’s early morning tweet storm as “sad.”

George Conway’s non-verified account was confirmed to be the real thing by the Washington Post’s Matt Zapotosky. Ironically, it appears that George does not watch all of his wife’s TV appearances, as Kellyanne just mocked the media for focusing on Trump’s tweets Monday morning on the “Today” show.

George Conway, a New York-based lawyer, recently took himself out of consideration for a gig at the Justice Department.

President Trump was extremely active on Twitter Monday morning, firing off a series of messages related to his proposed travel ban. He called for a Supreme Court hearing and urged the Justice Department to make it more difficult for people to enter the country. Two attempts to restrict travel from predominantly Muslim countries have been shot down by lower courts.

Conway quoted one of Trump’s early morning tweets and said they may make some people “feel better” but won’t do any good when it comes to getting the proposed travel ban approved by the Supreme Court. Conway added, “Sad,” which is a callback to many recent tweets by the president himself.

He’s not alone, as Law Newz columnist Ronn Blitzer thinks Trump’s Twitter rhetoric undermines his legal case.

According to his Twitter page, Conway had not posted anything since retweeting a message about New York Giants star Odell Beckham possibly facing a suspension back in 2015.