White House advisor Kellyanne Conway and her husband, George Conway, often clash over President Donald Trump.
On Friday, Vanity Fair’s Tina Nguyen wondered whether the two still share a room and if the survival of their marriage portends the future re-unification of America in a post-Trump era.
“The marital psychodrama of Kellyanne and George Conway, fueled by respective love and loathing for Donald Trump, has erupted once again into public view following the release of the Mueller report,” Nguyen writes.
They run through the wide gamut or reactions to the report, from gloating to horror at the many brazen lies revealed in the report.
Nguyen concludes on a hopeful note.
“Bifurcated as the media landscape is, it is tempting to see in the continued union of the Conways a sign that perhaps American, too, might survive this moment of political rancor,” she writes.
“If George Conway can brush off his wife’s boss calling him a ‘stone-cold loser,’ ‘husband from hell,’ and a ‘whack job,’ and still go home to his family at night, then perhaps there is hope for the rest of us, too,” she writes.
“And yet, there is no doubt the country’s political marriage is on the rocks as we enter a post-Mueller era that is, perhaps unsurprisingly, just as resistant to reconciliation as before.”