The husband of White House counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway, continued his sniping at his wife’s boss on Saturday by mocking his casual demeanor at one of his golf courses one day after declaring the country was in a state of national emergency.
After earlier this week comparing the president’s speaking style to “hapless Jar Jar Binks,” George Conway ridiculed a photo of the president casually grazing at a golf course omelet bar that was posted to Twitter.
With journalist J.D. Durkin tweeting a photo of the president chatting with an omelet chef at Trump International Golf Club in Palm Beach, attorney Conway pithily commented: “An emergency round.”
You can see the tweets below:
just in — a source at the Trump International Golf Club in Palm Beach just texted me this photo taken a short time ago.
omelette bar: pic.twitter.com/eWqMbdRTwW
— J.D. Durkin (@jiveDurkey) February 16, 2019
An emergency round. https://t.co/uOijMZjSFG
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) February 16, 2019
Conway was not the only one to notice.
You have to eat a protein packed breakfast to fight MS-13, MS-14, people flying on magic carpets, unicorns, and the 1978 Trailblazers trying to get in the country in caravans driven by Pelosi.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) February 16, 2019
I didn't need to order an omelette from the omelette bar, I just wanted it faster.
— pinhead (@evpinhead) February 16, 2019
Aside from the optics of all this (at a time of national emergency) can we talk about how gross this place looks? Supposed to be super luxury, but that omelette station looks like a hostess trolley stacked with catering bottles of ketchup & giant plastic trash bin in the corner.
— Gareth Dimelow (@gdimelow) February 16, 2019
Looks like “eggsecutive time” to me
— Adrian B (@Aceonic31) February 16, 2019
I’m just glad to see he’s getting some eggs today. The importance of protein before an exhausting game of golf is so important during national emergencies. Those murderous MS-13 bad hombres duct taping women at the border are terrified right now, for sure.
— amy lynne (@atlanta_amy) February 16, 2019