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Kellyanne Conway baffled by husband’s Trump criticism: ‘He was literally crying with joy in his MAGA hat on election night’

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Kellyanne Conway doesn’t agree with her husband’s assessment of President Donald Trump’s mental state, and she told CNN he must have changed his mind since the election.

The White House adviser and former Trump campaign manager was finally forced to respond to her husband George Conway’s tweeted criticism of the president, which has escalated into a full-blown Twitter feud.

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“No, I don’t share those concerns,” she said from the White House driveway. “I have four kids, and I was getting them out of the house this morning to talk to the president about substance.”

George Conway has tweeted out links to information about narcissistic personality disorder, from which he believe the president suffers, and Trump has responded by calling him “a total loser” and “husband from hell.”

Kellyanne Conway insists her husband, who helped form a group of conservative attorneys to oppose the president, was thrilled with the 2016 election results — at least when they were announced.

“George was so excited, literally crying with joy in his MAGA hat — black, not red — with his MAGA hat on election night,” she said. “So, in that way, he’s changed his opinion on matters with the president, the presidency. I haven’t, and Donald Trump hasn’t.”

Kellyanne Conway has managed to survive for more than two years in a tumultuous White House marked by staff turnover, leaks and scathing tell-alls, and she credits her personal relationship with the president.

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“He hears and listens to any number of people,” she said. “Why does he hear me? Because I always tell him the truth.”


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‘Where is this river?’ Kayleigh McEnany’s press briefing goes haywire as she’s pressed over bizarre Trump rant

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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany struggled on Thursday to back up President Donald Trump's claims that several ballots had been found floating in a river.

The trouble started when Fox News Radio reporter Jon Decker asked McEnany to justify some of the president's wild claims being thrown around about mail-in ballots.

"The other day he said, 'They found a lot of ballots in a river,'" Decker began. "Who is they?"

McEnany claimed that the president was referring to reports that a bag of mail in Wisconsin, which included some absentee ballots, had ended up in a ditch.

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WATCH: Kayleigh McEnany rages at Fox News reporter for repeatedly asking the White House to condemn white supremacists

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A Fox News correspondent grilled White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany over President Donald Trump's refusal to disavow white supremacists.

The president demurred when asked to do so during the first presidential debate, and continued to equivocate when pressed again afterward, and White House correspondent John Roberts asked the press secretary to disavow those hate groups.

"I would like to ask you for a definitive and declarative statement without ambiguity or deflection, as the person who speaks for the president, does the president denounce white supremacists?" Roberts asked during Thursday's briefing.

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Trump just revealed his total lunacy to the entire world

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So what was happening while we were distracted by Trump’s debate performance?

First of all, his tax returns, publicized by the New York Times since Sunday, have taken a back seat to his support for the white supremacist gang the Proud Boys and his attacks on a peaceful election.

Second, coronavirus news is not getting the airtime it should. More than a million people around the world have died of Covid-19, including more than 205,000 Americans. Florida is seeing a surge in new cases since Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order allowing restaurants and bars to reopen. The Midwest is also in a surge, with record numbers of new cases in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Kansas. Wisconsin hospitals are nearing capacity and South Dakota has the highest rate of spread in the country. Experts worry about a dramatic rise in cases as cold weather settles in.

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