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‘LIE LIE LIE LIE’: George Conway expertly eviscerates Trump’s attack on Amash point-by-lying-point

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As one might suspect, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway is in his glory after fellow conservative, Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) accused Donald Trump of impeachable offenses.

After praising Amash on Saturday night, attorney George Conway was back at it on Sunday and with a lie-by-lie breakdown of Trump’s tweets attacking the Michigan Republican, after first asking (tongue-in-cheek, as if he didn’t know), “You never stop lying, do you?”

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As you can see below, Conway took his Twitter followers through Trump’s tweets and thoroughly ripped them apart and left the pieces on the floor.

Enjoy.

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