Trump Has Waged Sexist War On Kellyanne Conway's Husband. That Escalated Quickly

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President Donald Trump's rhetoric in his feud with George Conway is just dripping with irony - as far as one prominent commentator is concerned.

Trump issued another response to his counselor's husband's tweets on Wednesday morning, firing back that "Mr. Kellyanne Conway by those who know him, is very jealous of his wife's success" and referring to Mr. Conway as "a stone cold loser [and] husband from hell!"

"You think he should take that sitting down?"

She then turned her criticism to the news outlet. Conway has defended the president against her husband's attacks.

My theory, because we're all dead and in hell and this is today's entertainment: It's all real and Trump and George will eventually have a duel on the White House lawn carried live on pay-per-view. "I barely know him but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!" We all know that Kellyanne Conway is a fiercely loyal (publicly, at least) Trump adviser and spokesperson, having become the first female campaign manager to win a presidential election in United States history.

Conway is by no means the first Trump critic to notice that the president seems to fit the diagnostic criteria for narcissistic personality disorder, which include grandiosity, attention seeking, self-centeredness, "exaggerated self-appraisal", condescension, feelings of entitlement, lack of empathy, and relationships that are "largely superficial and exist to serve self-esteem regulation".

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It was the second time in two days that Trump had called Conway a "loser" on Twitter.

Conway one-upped Trump's attempted insult with a reminder that he's been implicated in federal crimes. "He could privately say to me, 'Honey you're a distraction. Kellyanne Conway' is great", Borger said to anchor Brooke Baldwin.

A political advisor siding with her boss over her spouse is the most Washington thing ever unless this really is a coordinated effort by the Conways, with Kellyanne tacitly approving of George's tweets.

"I think that Twitter is a way that I get out a word when I have a corrupt media", Trump said, while speaking to the gathered White House press, touting "over 100 million people" who follow him across social media platforms, which didn't account for duplicate follows and inactive accounts. "The mendacity, the incompetence, it's just maddening to watch".

He also said he is not fearful about his personal safety as a result of his tiff with Trump. "That's basically it. Frankly, it's so I don't end up screaming at her about it". "I said it's a good story".