In a simple, but profoundly condescending series of three tweets, George Conway -- the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway -- responded to Donald Trump's demand for the government whistleblower whose report initiated the current House impeachment inquiry, to come forward in much the same way one might speak to a child.
Saturday morning Trump tweeted "Where’s the Whistleblower?" and the ever-helpful conservative attorney took it upon himself to explain how things work when it comes to witnessing the commission of a crime in the real world.
You can see the tweets below:
Where’s the Whistleblower?— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump) 1572100981.0
The answer, @realDonaldTrump, is, it doesn’t matter. We know you’re not too bright, so we’ll make this simple for y… https://t.co/O3z5iJ0DQX— George Conway (@George Conway) 1572105704.0
“The bank’s being robbed!” You take your phone, and you tweet at the NYPD that there’s a bank robbery in progress.… https://t.co/RczE7I5YHm— George Conway (@George Conway) 1572105705.0
They don’t talk to you. And they don’t need to. They have all the evidence they need. For the same reason, Congre… https://t.co/l9mQdUGUFU— George Conway (@George Conway) 1572105705.0