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George Conway epically responds with just 3 words after Trump calls him ‘jealous’ and a ‘husband from hell’

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President Donald Trump ratcheted up the emotionally unstable hate in his escalating feud with George Conway, a prominent conservative attorney who is also the spouse of Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway. And now Conway, who once successfully argued a case before the U.S. Supreme Court and won a unanimous decision, is fighting back.

In a Wednesday morning tweet Trump called George Conway “VERY jealous of his wife’s success,” “a stone cold LOSER,” and a “husband from hell!”

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He also falsely denied knowing him and appeared to disparage his appearance.

Trump’s tweet is basically plagiarized from one his campaign manager, Brad Parscale, posted on Tuesday.

The President appears especially angered after Conway tweeted out several psychiatric disorders he suggests are appropriately associated with Trump’s behaviors. Among them, Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Antisocial Personality Disorder.

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Conway retweeted several of his old tweets attacking Trump, and ones that were retweeted by Duty to Warn, an “association of mental health professionals warning Trump is psychologicallly [sic] unfit.”

But perhaps his best response to the President’s very personal attack today was a tweet consisting of just three little words:

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Here’s why Mike Pompeo picked the worst possible moment for his expletive-laden anti-Ukraine rant

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By all accounts, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's interview with "All Things Considered" host Mary Louise Kelly was a disaster. He reportedly swore at her, challenged her to pick Ukraine off an unmarked map, and said "Do you think Americans care about Ukraine?" — an incredibly insulting statement for America's top diplomat to say of an allied foreign country.

But as Politico noted, the timing of all this was especially ill-considered, because Pompeo is gearing up for an official visit to Ukraine — and even before this outburst, that visit was fraught with difficulties.

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Pompeo ridiculed by CNN panel for his ‘phony mock outrage’ response after being outed as a foul-mouthed bully

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So much for ‘originalism’ — Trump’s impeachment defense is a constitutional dumpster fire

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In the absence of any exculpatory evidence, Donald Trump's defense against impeachment increasingly relies on arguments that fly directly in the face of the Constitution. Trump himself set the standard last July with his grandiose claim that "Article II says I can do anything I want," which encountered no serious pushback from his fellow Republicans.

This article first appeared in Salon.

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