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Kellyanne Conway sees her husband’s anti-Trump statements as a violation of their marriage: interviewer

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Kellyanne Conway is angry about her husband’s public criticisms of Donald Trump, and sees them as a violation of their marriage, said interviewer Ben Terris in a Friday appearance on CNN.

Terris, who interviewed the couple earlier this year for the Washington Post, said “I’m sure she’s not happy,” when asked how Kellyanne might respond to her husband’s recent podcast appearance, in which he called the Trump administration “a dumpster fire”.

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“She told me that she finds it disrespectful when George tweets negative things about the president,” said Terris. “She said it was like almost akin to going against marriage vows, that’s how disloyal it could seem at times.”

Asked what the Conway’s “end game” was, considering their political disagreements, Terris was circumspect.

“When I talked to George he said to me that, you know, when this is all over and when she’s no longer working for the president anymore, whenever that may be, that he will dance a happy jig and he thinks things will go back to normal,” Terris said. “But this is a really big thing to not agree on. So I imagine it’s stressful and it’s a difficult thing to deal with.”

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Even evangelical groups were disgusted by Trump’s Bible stunt: former White House faith adviser

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On CNN Tuesday, former Obama White House faith and race adviser Joshua Dubois said President Donald Trump's Bible photo-op in front of the church near the White House could backfire on him with his most critical voting bloc.

"I thought it was farcical. And it is kind of blowing up in his face even in the faith community and communities that support, him like some conservative evangelical communities," said Dubois. "The reason is Jesus stood up for everyday people, including the vulnerable, and didn't believe in false displays of piety, and yesterday President Trump ordered — or was okay with — everyday people being gassed and shot with rubber bullets in order to make his way to a false display of piety."

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Former NBA player overcomes ‘crippling anxiety’ for protests: ‘We are tired of the tyranny of police’ and Donald Trump

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Former NBA player Royce White overcame his anxiety to lead protests over the weekend in Minneapolis.

Speaking to CNN Tuesday, White noted that if only people listened to football star Colin Kaepernick, who peacefully protested by taking a knee during the "National Anthem" sung at games, this would not have happened. He was trying to raise awareness about police brutality and the disproportionate attacks on people of color at the hands of police. At the time, conservatives, including President Donald Trump, blasted him for the protest, ignoring the reason for doing it and focusing instead on how he refused to stand for the song.

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1960s segregationist George Wallace would ‘smile’ at seeing Trump teargas protesters for a photo op: CNN’s Bakari Sellers

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CNN political commentator Bakari Sellers said on Tuesday that watching President Donald Trump teargas a group of peaceful protesters so that he could have a photo opportunity reminded him of something he'd see segregationist Alabama Gov. George Wallace do.

"Yesterday, the president of the United States used teargas, he used the military against peaceful protesters," Sellers said. "The the only thing I could think of is George Wallace is looking over him with a smile."

Sellers then said he was "thoroughly pissed off" at conservative evangelicals who are remaining silent even as Trump continues to pour gasoline on the fire of racism while wrapping himself in the flag and the cross.

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