A George Conway Twitter

A George Conway Twitter

George Conway Twitter


After the above article was published on Business2Community, the author made a tweet about the article.


And it’s why he reacts with such rage. He fears the truth. He fears being revealed for what he truly is. Extreme narcissists exaggerate their achievements and talents, and so Trump has spent his life building up a false image of himself — not just for others, but for himself, to protect his deeply fragile ego. He lies endlessly, not just in the way sociopaths do, which is to con others, but also to delude himself. He claims to be a “genius,” even though he apparently can’t spell, can’t punctuate, can’t do math and lacks geographic literacy, and even though his own appointees have privately called him a “moron,” an “idiot,” a “dope,” and “dumb.” Now, God help us, he fancies himself an expert in virology and infectious diseases. (

Lawyers from across the political spectrum reacted on Twitter with incredulity about Trump’s morning rant. “Its kinda odd to have the defendant in [Hawaii v. Trump] acting as our co-counsel,” wrote Neal Katyal, a former Obama administration official representing Hawaii in that state’s lawsuit against the president and his executive order. He continued: “We don’t need the help but will take it!” Josh Blackman, a conservative South Texas College of Law professor, described Trump as “his own worst enemy and quite possibly the worst client the [U.S. solicitor general] has ever had,” referring to the Justice Department official who would defend the travel ban at the Supreme Court if the justices take up the case.


For example, in a country in which just under a quarter of Americans use Twitter at all, why is the president of the United States spending his valuable Twitter time focused on the husband of an aide who dislikes him, in turn making George Conway a minor celebrity of sorts? The president is due to head to Ohio and Michigan this week and next to talk about manufacturing as he engages in a Twitter battle with General Motors over plant closings he promised in 2016 would never take place. Are the good people of Lordstown, Ohio, more invested in his ongoing feud with George Conway than the fate of the 1,500 jobs that could be affected with the plant’s closing? One might guess that the answer to that is “probably not.” (Source: www.vox.com)

George’s Twitter attacks on Trump are nothing new. Around this time last year, he deleted a series of critical tweets but wouldn’t comment as to why. Whatever reason he had for deleting his criticism is clearly no longer too important. His Twitter account appears to be dedicated nearly entirely to Trump condemnation. I can’t even begin to imagine how someone with such a scathing distaste for Trump can be married to his primary mouthpiece (or vice versa, I suppose), but George suggested in an interview with Washington Post Tuesday that using Twitter so prolifically helps him keep his rage contained. (Source: www.themarysue.com)



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