George Conway, conservative lawyer and husband of Kellyanne Conway, was at it again on Twitter Tuesday, hilariously mocking his wife's boss, President Donald Trump, for cheating at golf.
Conway got right to work a little before 7:30 AM EST, tweeting excerpts from an Associated Press interview with Rick Reilly, author of Commander in Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump, which goes into deep detail about the president's efforts to rig the game.
In tweet after tweet, Conway quotes Reilly and others, brutally attacking Trump over the game he spends so much time on. Among Conway's tweets: allegations that "caddies got so used to seeing him kick his ball back onto the fairway" they started referring to Trump as "Pele"; the revelation that Trump threw an opponent's ball off the green and into a bunker; and an observation that while Trump may stink at golf, "he’s still an Olympic-caliber liar."
Read some of the tweets below.
“[G]olf is a game of honor in which individual players act as their own referees, keep their own scores and assess… https://t.co/lAgL8Mp5GC— George Conway (@George Conway)1554212129.0
“‘In golf, he’s definitely not exonerated,’Reilly told The Associated Press. ‘There’s been dozens and dozens of peo… https://t.co/XTYMtxsxdQ— George Conway (@George Conway)1554212301.0
In golf, he’s definitely not exonerated,’Reilly told The Associated Press. ‘There’s been dozens and dozens of people that can declare him guilty of cheating.
“Reilly writes, ‘The caddies got so used to seeing him kick his ball back onto the fairway they came up with a nick… https://t.co/LyQn2T50ib— George Conway (@George Conway)1554212526.0
Hey @realDonaldTrump... I told this AP reporter I'd take you on for 18 holes for $100k... As long as we both had ru… https://t.co/pJDUbFO6dq— Rick Reilly (@Rick Reilly)1554171378.0
“At Trump Bedminster in New Jersey, Trump once won a senior club championship from 87 miles away.” “Final score on… https://t.co/DsWAnyKJn8— George Conway (@George Conway)1554213043.0