George Conway piles on 'transparent' Trump for hiding his health, wealth and academic records
President Donald Trump listens intently to a reporter ask him a question at a press conference held at the Lotte Palace Hotel during the UN General Assembly. (Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com)

Citing an opinion piece in the New York Times that is harshly critical of President Donald Trump, the husband of trusted presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway continued his war with his wife's boss by calling him out for being a liar and a fraud. And "crazy."


In a series of Tweets on Sunday morning -- while the president is overseas -- conservative attorney George Conway highlighted passages from the column that he apparently feels Americans need to be aware of.

One such passage, states, "Pelosi ‘hit on something that is core to his con. His whole life is about the cover-up. He has covered up his academic record, his health reports, his dalliances with women, his finances, his family history.’”

Another reads, "‘One of the biggest motivating factors in Trump’s life — other than food, greed, sex and revenge — is mythmaking. Deep down, he knows he’s a pathological liar and he’s not the person he says he is. But any time anyone pierces that veil, it sends him into a rage.’”

It should be noted that the Times column that drew his attention, written by Maureen Dowd, is headlined: "Crazy is as Crazy Does."

You can see the tweets below: