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Kellyanne Conway’s Husband: Impeachment More Popular Than Trump Presidency



Counselor to President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, and her husband George Conway deserve a lot of credit.  While Kellyanne is busy defending President Trump’s every move, George seems to have a completely different point of view.  Somehow, however, they are able to keep their marriage going strong, at least from an outsider’s point of view.

George Conway has repeatedly taken to Twitter with attacks on President Trump, as though he and his wife are on completely different sides of a wall which separates Trump defenders from his opposition.

This morning President Trump made quite a statement via Twitter, in talking about his poll numbers:

“Wow, highest Poll Numbers in the history of the Republican Party,” President Trump tweeted. “That includes Honest Abe Lincoln and Ronald Reagan. There must be something wrong, please recheck that poll!”

There is something wrong. First of all, Presidential approval ratings were not introduced in American politics until the late 1930s after George Gallup introduced Gallup Inc. in 1935.  “Honest Abe Lincoln” was President between the years 1861 – 1865, meaning his presidency predated presidential approval ratings by over 70 years.

Kellyanne’s husband, George, wanted to call Trump out for the fact that the approval rating for the President’s impeachment is higher than his actual presidential approval rating, by tweeting the following message:

The Newsweek article, which George Conway tweeted, points to the fact that a recent SRSS poll shows that 42% of those polled said that Trump “should be impeached”, whereas this same poll showed that Trump only has a 39% approval rating as President.

George Conway’s attack on Trump didn’t end there however. He also retweeted a tweet by The Hill this morning, stating that Trump falsely claimed that his poll numbers were higher than Lincoln’s, before retweeting a tweet by Axios claiming that “Trump misleads Iowa audience on agriculture deal”.

That wasn’t all though.  Conway also condemned President Trump’s actions in North Korea with the following tweet.

It’s evident that George Conway is no fan of his wife’s boss, Donald J. Trump.