Kellyanne Conway quits White House job after her daughter’s tweet-accusations

Kellyanne Conway Speaks to Reporters

Over the weekend, teenager Claudia Conway had a lot to say on Twitter. Claudia is fifteen years old and the daughter of Kellyanne Conway and George Conway. Kellyanne is a senior counsellor to Donald Trump and George Conway is a Never-Trump Republican who works with the Lincoln Project to get Trump out of office. George and Kellyanne’s marriage is hugely dysfunctional and I tend to believe they’re both unhinged grifters. I feel bad for Claudia and the other Conway kids though. Claudia got a lot of attention a few months ago for her BLM-support and general liberal politics online. This weekend, she tweeted some stuff like this:

So, that happened. She actually used the words “childhood trauma and abuse.” Well, last night, both of Claudia’s parents resigned from their jobs.

Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to President Trump and one of his longest-serving aides, is leaving the White House at the end of the month. Conway, whose title is counselor to the president, was Trump’s third campaign manager in 2016 and the first woman to successfully manage a presidential bid to victory. She joined the White House at the start of Trump’s term and has been one of his most visible and vocal defenders. Conway informed Trump of her decision Sunday night in the Oval Office.

In a statement, Conway called her time in the Trump administration “heady” and “humbling,” and said she and George were making the decision based on what they think is best for their four children.

“We disagree about plenty,” she wrote of herself and her husband, “but we are united on what matters most: the kids. Our four children are teens and ‘tweens starting a new academic year in the middle school and high school that will be conducted remotely from home for at least a few months. As millions of parents nationwide know, kids ‘doing school from home’ requires a level of attention and vigilance that is as unusual as these times. This is completely my choice and my voice. In time, I will announce future plans. For now, and for my beloved children, it will be less drama, more mama.”

[From WaPo]

Personally, I’m guessing that Donald Trump kind of forgot that Kellyanne was still working for him – she’s always been in it to grift as much as possible, and she can “go dark” for weeks at a time (while she heals from plastic surgery). As for George Conway… I just got a bad feeling about his whole thing. They’re both con artists. And I still feel sorry for Claudia.

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  1. Darla says:

    I have a very bad feeling about them both, and on Tik Tok, which is where Claudia does most of her posting and has the most followers, last night she spoke about this and said she’s staying at a friend’s, and both her mother and father emotionally and physically abused her since childhood. She called her mother a sociopath. But don’t get it twisted as we often do as a culture – she also specifically said her father physically abused her too. OTOH, I follow Walter Shaub and what he is saying is true too. Good timing and Kellyanne is poised to make a fortune. This is a strange one. I hope the daughter is okay. I don’t care about either of the parents. At all.

    • pollyv says:

      She is a mess on Tik Tok. I hope she gets the help she needs. BTW, why does a 15 year old girl look like she’s in her 30′s

      • Bettyrose says:

        Wondering the same thing and guessing that’s part of the abuse. Even if she’s never been forced to have plastic surgery, if she’s struggled with some combination of bulimia, addiction, etc…and she’s wearing an obscene amount of makeup…probably also related.

      • Queen Meghan's Hand says:

        Claudia looks like a teen, just with lots of makeup and some early sun damage.

      • Levans says:

        @PollyV I think that is just how most New Jersey teens look hahahhaha!

        But I feel ya! Early sun damage at 15! Jeebus

      • kimberlu says:

        I thought she leaned more towards the 40 year old reality show woman look…. which goes to show you how the stress of her parents aged her 25 years….I’d leave them too

      • CindyP says:

        Because she has low self esteem & her parents who are MIA

      • BeeCee says:

        I was going to say…SHE’S 15??!??!?
        She looks older than me and I’m 33… granted I look like I’m 22, but still… that’s an ooooold 15

      • ElleV says:

        She’s a minor reporting abuse, can we go easy on the commentary on her appearance?

      • minx says:

        I can’t imagine having those two for parents. Poor kids, they have my sympathy.

      • Emma33 says:

        My first thought was, how can a 30-year-old emancipate?

      • Kim says:

        Trauma manifests in ways that are the result of maladaptive coping. She’s lost. These comments are the exact judgmental attitudes that contribute to crippling mental health and suicide.

      • Jane's Wasted Talent says:

        Kim- Those comments are terrible. Interestingly, they all seem to be new or first time posters.

      • fishface says:

        Showed my husband her pic, and asked him how old he thought she was – he said “at least in her 30s” – without knowing or caring who she is. Life has been hard on this kid.

    • Anon says:

      I was sexually abused as a young child. When I first began using make-up as a tween, I used it to try and erase myself. I wore so much that my teachers mentioned it at parent-teacher conferences. Everyone thought it was funny, and that I just didn’t know how to use make-up, but the truth was I felt deeply comforted by the act of erasing my face and myself. It was compulsive. I realize I’m projecting, but that is what these photos first brought to mind. I hope she is supported and getting help. I did, as an adult, and I’m happy and secure now, but it is so hard to navigate the effects of abuse when you’re young and unsupported. Let’s try to remember that in our comments about her.

      • Kilo Tango says:

        I’m glad you are doing well. Thanks for sharing your perspective, it helped me to think of this differently.

    • She’s either been abused, or has some mental health issues that need addressing right the hell away. In EITHER case, WHAT THE HELL ARE HER PARENTS DOING?!?!. They should have quit or taken breaks from their jobs WAAAAY before it came to this (since they can clearly afford to) and gone to EXTENSIVE family therapy in order to deal with a daughter who is clearly hurting very badly. This does not look well for either of them, and I’ll bet you any amount of money we start seeing both of them as talking heads in fox or talks shows in 3, 2, 1…….

    • She’s either been abused, or has some mental health issues that need addressing right the hell away. In EITHER case, WHAT THE HELL ARE HER PARENTS DOING?!?!. They should have quit or taken breaks from their jobs WAAAAY before it came to this (since they can clearly afford to) and gone to EXTENSIVE family therapy in order to deal with a daughter who is clearly hurting very badly. This does not look well for either of them, and I’ll bet you any amount of money we start seeing both of them as talking heads in fox or talks shows in 3, 2, 1…….

  2. Lightpurple says:

    I don’t think her children want more mama.

    • Esmom says:

      That was my first thought, too. JFC. In fact I’d venture to say that Kellyanne is using this as a convenient excuse to quit her job. I cannot imagine what that household is like, and that’s before I even heard about any abuse.

    • Lizzie Bathory says:

      Yep. Kellyanne’s departure reads to me like some combo of rat leaving a sinking ship/working on her next gig, which is probably lined up already. As far as I can tell, the only folks left in the administration at this point are in active addiction, have personality disorders or are part of the pathological Trump family (which has its fair share of both of the aforementioned). Kellyanne isn’t leaving out of love for her kids lol.

      George’s departure from the Lincoln Project is more interesting, since the LP is quite popular. It suggests to me that there might be some real concern about what Claudia has to say about abuse & what might come out if she is seriously pursuing an emancipation proceeding.

      • Tanguerita says:

        I think they are just covering all the bases. Trump, Never-Trump, Occasionally-Trump, “used-to-but-not-anymore”, “remember?I have family and it’s important to me”…And people buy it, hook, line and sinker.

      • Arpeggi says:

        They are both saving faces. By leaving now for « familial reasons » they make sure they’ll be able to kiss whoever wins’ ass and stay close to power.

        They’re grifters through and through

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        @Tanguerita I think George & Kellyanne have been covering their bases for a while. Even pre-Lincoln Project, he was writing anti-Trump op-eds while she was spewing pro-Trump lies every day. But why leave the Lincoln Project, which is doing well financially & is popular with Republicans & Democrats alike? George is a founder & cares “passionately” about the work. I see no downside to him in staying affiliated with them right now. It feels like something else is up.

      • Mac says:

        I never bought their good cop/bad cop BS. George Conway helped Trump select some of the most right wing and unqualified judges in the history of America. The never-Trump grift is to make sure they are both employable when this nightmare ends.

      • Tanguerita says:

        @Lizzie Because I think that his work is done there. He makes sure to put some distance between himself and his colleagues, just in case Trump wins again.
        This way, come November, he can go either way. It’s going to be either “I told you so and I was a part of it” or “I changed my mind a little bit, cuz family values, aborted babies, Republican party). Either way he’ll earn a shitload of money.
        These scams are only passionate about themselves.

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        @Tanguerita I can sort of see that? But with Kellyanne stepping away from Trump, I think we’ll have to agree to disagree. IMHO, the smartest thing would’ve been for both of them to stay put on different sides of that fence & then advance the grift based on the outcome of the election. I think she sees the writing on the wall (god I hope this is right). I feel like he’d have preferred to stay with the LP. So my theory is that him stepping away is because either a) something sketchy happened with the LP’s finances or his partners, or b) something sketchy is happening with George’s personal life. In context, option b seems more likely to me. We’ll see.

      • Lolo86lf says:

        Why would Kelly Ann want to quit her job? She makes plenty of money plus perks. Do you think KA secretly believes Trump will lose and she does not want to be on board that sinking ship.

      • Tanguerita says:

        You might be right, of course. My reasoning is based on the current news cycle. I mean, Bannon was arrested and released a few days ago and we are not talking about him anymore. In two months most people will have forgotten that these two worked for Trump/Lincoln project and Conways can start spinning their stories. Just you wait till you find out that KA was the mole feeding the scrapes of information to Haberman and the rest of the WH-lackeys. She was resistance! (or she wasn’t). He was resistance (or he wasn’t). Distance is the keyword here.

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        @Lolo86lf I’m guessing she has some doubts about the election (distance between herself & Trump, as Tanguerita said), plus some new gig that pays better (talking head, GOP consultant, book deal, who knows).

      • mva says:

        Do we think that maybe there are indictments coming to more of the “Trump camp” and Barr has forewarned everyone about it….and everyone who can leave or distance themselves is doing so.
        It would be nice to believe both are doing this for their family but I think we’ve seen enough of each of them to know that is unlikely.
        Let’s just sit back and watch what happens next. It is entertaining but also pathetic to watch. Imagine living those lives….No thanks.

    • snappyfish says:

      I think the rat is jumping off the sinking ship and using it’s children for cover. I also think Bannon’s arrest last week is what truly scared her. She is concerned first and foremost about self preservation.

  3. Tanguerita says:

    I might have become irreversibly cynical, but sorry, not buying it, not for a second. They are all in this together, the whole family, hitting all the possible angles on the political spectrum. Like, whatever you need – we got you covered. Conway is jumping off the sinking ship the way she jumped on it when it looked promising. Same goes for her husband. 2021 is going to be the year of Conways: a book ( or two), Keeping up with Conways, a modelling gig for the younger one. They will not be held accountable. They will get away, again. This country will never ever learn a thing.

    • Darla says:

      A reality show? I suppose it’s possible. Very difficult to imagine anyone agreeing to their daughter accusing them of “physically abusing me right here in this bedroom” just to get a show. But I don’t know. The Conways are both such cretins, I cannot pretend to know what’s going on.

      • Lolo86lf says:

        Both the writer and some commenters on this post paint George Conway as a grifter just like his wife, but why is he just as bad as Kelly Ann? I don’t see what he is doing to be on the same category as her.

      • Tanguerita says:

        Conway was instrumental in getting Kavanagh on the Supreme Court – and a bunch of ultra-conservative barely qualified lower-level judges. He worked with Ann Coulter and Matt Drudge. I can go on forever, but suffice to say, he is just another piece of shit, who was on board with Trump till he wasn’t.

      • Mumbles says:

        George Conway was so convinced he was going to get appointed Solicitor General – the person who argues government cases before the Supreme Court and even more prestigious than AG – that he quit his partnership at a lucrative law firm. He was perfectly content with the idea of defending a Trump administration in court. When he didn’t get the position, that’s when the Trump hate began. (He got rehired at his old firm, but not as a partner, so that must burn too).

      • Trashaddict says:

        With reality like this, who the hell needs drugs?

    • Mich says:

      Claudia is claiming that she has been physically abused. That claim is far too damaging to the parents to be part of some kind of con.

      • Tanguerita says:

        as long as state authorities, like DYFS, are not involved, her words can (and probably will) be discarded as baseless claims of an overexcited rebellious teenager who tries to put one over on her parents that she loves to hate.

      • Betsy says:

        @Tanguerita – I don’t think there’s any way that authorities won’t be getting involved now, not with a public accusation of physical abuse.

      • Goldie says:

        Claudia recently stated that her parents have been investigated for abuse by CPS. She also stated that her mother got her arrested. The family seems to be deeply troubled. I do not think this is for show. I do agree that Kellyanne quitting her job is a way to save face and jump off the sinking ship.

      • (TheOG) jan90067 says:

        Don Winslow is putting out (on Twitter) that NJDCS HAS been to the Conway home before, so there’s that…

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      @Tanguerita Name one well loved teen who would willing open themselves up to public embarrassment by making these accusations on social media. Kelly was comfortable working for Trump. George was comfortable supporting Kavanagh. (Shout our to Dr. Ford whose courage inspires me to this day).
      That’s a clear sign of the parents morals and frankly, I’d more surprised if they weren’t abusive.

    • Poisonella says:

      Agree with you completely! The whole family is in on the grift.

  4. Ellen Olenska says:

    Can’t stand KellyAn. And am seriously side-eyeing the husband but have a few doubts about the daughter as well. She’s throwing out a lot of accusations loaded with keywords in a very public forum….I think she may not be the most reliable narrator.

    • Hollz says:

      JFC she’s 15 years old, of course she’s not a “reliable narrator.” That doesn’t mean we stop believing victims.

      And she is a victim until proven otherwise.

    • Cidee says:

      “Reliable narrator”????? What on Earth? Why would you doubt her? Aside from the fact that both of her parents have proven time and again that they are famewhoring grifters and are clearly capable of abuse, don’t we still believe women?

    • lola says:

      A lot of children get abused and no one believes them. Why shouldn’t she post on Twitter to get people to listen to her? She’s probably surrounded by people like you who don’t believe her. Her parents are powerful. Lying is second nature to Kellyanne.

    • phaedra7 says:

      She’s the KAREN of this country. . . . . .😉

    • josephine says:

      This is why so many people get away with abuse – we somehow think that victims of abuse will be perfect people, able to recite what happened in calm, reasonable terms.

      If she was abused, she’s suffered greatly, and that will have affected everything about her. People who have been abused can be angry, can act out, can be unreliable, can be depressed, can be anxious, can be paranoid, can be addicts, can be sexually active at a young act or in a somehow “inappropriate” way, can be liars, can be deniers, can be all sorts of things, because, you know, someone abused them and robbed them of their childhoods, their innocence, their peace.

      I have no idea what happened, but please, let’s stop thinking that a victim is going to look like some perfect child (woman) with perfect articulation of the abuse suffered. Abusers are master manipulators and create victims that no one believes. That’s very much part of the abusive behavior.

      • Chaine says:

        TY. You explained it perfectly.

      • NatureLover says:

        @ Josephine, you are absolutely right! With her high profiled parents, it’s easy for those who look favorably to her parents, will less likely believe her. But these are her words and there must be an investigation done to protect all of the Conway children.
        As for Kelly Ann, I think she jumped ship because she sees that ship sinking and doesn’t want to go down with it, she obviously doesn’t care about her children. As for George, I would imagine the same is true!

      • Truthiness says:

        Eloquently said.

      • nicegirl says:

        Yes Josephine thank you!

    • Ellen Olenska says:

      I think it absolutely should be investigated….and thoroughly.

  5. Soupie says:

    Interesting take, Tanguerita. I think both scenarios can be true and very likely are.

    I sure wish I’d had social media and the internet when I was a teenager. My parents weren’t as bad as the Conways by a long shot but it was still ugly, dysfunctional and crippling. Crap with a cherry on top.

    Kids know so much more now about how to understand what’s going on and often how to deal with it instead of decades later waking up and realizing just how horrible things were and how much it affected their entire lives.

    That Instagram feed is pretty juvenile though. That’s the downside of social media. I sure do hope she has counseling and a guardian. Emancipation? Oh hell no.

    • FYI says:

      The Instagram feed is juvenile? She is an ACTUAL juvenile. I really wish that all press about the daughter, and the other children, were off-limits. Yes, even though she is posting on social media (because she is a child who is hurting).

      • Soupie says:

        No sh– she’s an actual juvenile. I never lost sight of that. Read my post again. What I was stating is that she has a certain degree of awareness that we older people never had at that age. And far better platforms/avenues to cry for help that we simply did not have.

        But at the same time she is still a juvenile and she and all of her followers are spewing a lot of juvenile stuff. She may sound more aware and informed but is STILL a juvenile.

  6. Jellybean says:

    What a mess. I am going to wait and see on the abuse accusations. I once had a 14 year old tell her parent I had grabbed her by the jaw and forced her head around. In reality I had politely requested that she looked at me. Fortunately I had a witness, but I was never sure if she was lying or was actually so upset that she believed what she had said. I do feel so sorry for this girl though, it must have been horrendous living with those two and she clearly needs help.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      Statistically speaking false accusations are rare. I’m sorry you had to deal with that but please don’t let your negative experience shape how you view victims coming forward.
      Especially because predators weaponise private & domestic spaces to keep the abuse a secret. There are oftentimes no witnesses to childhood abuse.
      For example, an abusive parent might have a ‘favourite’ child who is lavished with attention and praise. This leaves the favourite child emotionally damaged from lack of boundaries and dependent on the parents approval. It also means the favourite child is separated from the abused sibling. They may disbelieve the abused sibling’s accounts because it differs wildly from their experiences. This leaves the abused sibling without support or understanding from peers. And also, the favourite child may used as a reason for outsiders to disbelieve the abused siblings truthful accounts.
      Kelly aligned herself with a know rapist for personal gain. Her husband helped despicable men become Supreme Court Judges. It makes psychological sense that they’d both be abusive parents.

      • Celeste says:

        Well said MarcelMarcel

      • SomeChick says:

        Can confirm. I was the abused child, and the other children were all favorites. They were also a lot younger than I was. When I was finally able to talk about what happened, the parents angrily denied it all and only one of the other kids remotely believes me (we are all adults now). I’m still messed up by it. I’m also hurt by the denials. I’ve learned to go back to not talking about it except with my therapist. Perhaps some day I will write a memoir (under a different name, haha).

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        @somechick thanks for sharing your story. I’m glad you’ve found a supportive therapist. And I think it’s wise to have boundaries about who you disclose sensitive things. You sound like you’re on a solid path of healing and I wish you all the love & harmony you need to continue healing.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        @Celeste thank you ☺️ I’m really grateful yourself & other commentators are standing up for Claudia. I was initially upset by this comments section. Until I noticed how many people chimed in and stood up for domestic abuse survivors. It’s restored my faith in our ability to create a healthier society.

      • Jesma says:

        It depends what type of allegations you are talking about. I work with foster youth and they make up false allegations all the time. I know they are false because the majority eventually admit it to me, but I can’t disclose it. One of my clients made up a false allegation as recently as last week, which she actually had to recant because the video proved she was lying. The allegations range from physical to sexual abuse. The false allegations in family law are even higher that in dependency law. Also just about every week you can see some Karen making up false allegations against a person of color.

        Still though every single accusation of child abuse should be investigated thoroughly. Even though I’ve seen countless false allegations and your student lied about you, the amount of physical and sexual abuse that occurs is astounding. It happens in every race, religion, and social class. Children with abusive parents often have no recourse. Also there is a lot of abuse that doesn’t meet the legal threshold for removal. In many states if this teen is hit with a belt and verbally abused that isn’t enough to remove her. I truly think something terrible is going on Conway home and I feel awful for their kids.

    • AMM says:

      I work on a psychiatric ward, alternating between the adult ward and the youth ward. My coworkers and I have been accused of all kinds of absolutely outrageous abuse, most stemming from delusions, some from personality disorders and a few for revenge reasons (thankfully we have cameras everywhere). I still believe and open an investigate for every single patient that tells me they have been abused. The vast majority of the ones who claimed their parents or guardians abused them were telling the truth. A few people making false claims for whatever reason will never deter me from taking a potential victim seriously.

  7. Also Ali says:

    Less drama, more mama sounds both like a threat and a hokey T-shirt slogan. Creepy woman.

    I hope the daughter has a court appointed guardian looking out for her.

  8. Marjorie says:

    If she is being abused, then NJ State authorities (DYFS) will enter the family home and investigate. If that doesn’t happen then this is all bullsht.

    • Robin says:

      Lol not in my experience. DCFS/DFS department didn’t do anything despite repetitive calls when myself and brother were being physically and sexually abused. My family was well connected in our local govt and church, though much less so than the Conways, and made it all go away.

      DFS agents are surely good people, but the system is still corrupt in many states.

      • Hoot says:

        @Robin: I am sorry you had to go through that in your childhood. Growing up is hard enough without the added horror of being abused, especially if by a relative (although I know you did not state that).

        I hope you and your brother have come out the other end healthy, and that you are are far, far away from those who perpetrated or looked the other way. We can’t choose our families at birth, but we can damn well cut them out of our lives as adults, make a new family for ourselves, and never look back.

    • Jellybean says:

      Absolutely! Be compassionate and listen, but assume nothing.

    • Aang says:

      My 6 year old autistic nephew is abused by his mother’s bf. Hit, called “retard, idiot, stupid”, isolated in his room for hours, his favorite toys are broken as punishment. I’ve called CPS multiple times. They do nothing. In NY it is legal for a parent to allow another adult to hit their children. If they aren’t hit hard enough or shaken hard enough to leave a mark it’s not legally abuse. And emotional abuse is not even on their radar. Even when the child is special needs. I’m afraid he will be severely injured someday and can do nothing about it. CPS is useless.

      • Darla says:

        omg i’m sooo sorry. you must feel so awful and helpless. i’m sorry.

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        Ugh. This is awful. I’m so sorry. People really overestimate resources available to victims of child abuse. And with COVID, domestic violence is spiking, which means resources are stretched even thinner than ever.

      • Trashaddict says:

        Can you covertly record in NY? Get it on tape. Take it to he media.

    • Arpeggi says:

      Even without their daughter’s story, we already knew both are unprincipled grifters and monsters.

      It’s not because CPS doesn’t intervene that she’s lying

    • josephine says:

      Yeah, no. Investigations of the super wealthy and powerful by low-level, underpaid gov’t workers who rely on those higher in the political food chain for their jobs are not exactly set-up to be fair, impartial, unbiased investigations. Rich and powerful people have been getting away with abuse, pedophilia, theft and more for a long time. I have no confidence that these people won’t buy their way out of trouble as everyone else seems to be doing these days. No idea if they did it, but I have no confidence that an investigation will be fair.

    • JayNay says:

      ha, wait til you find out that LOTS of abuse is not investigated, and yet it still happened!
      You’re moving the goalposts here, and it’s really obvious. People who argue like this start with, “well she didn’t speak out so she can’t have been abused”, then it’s “now she’s speaking out, but there isn’t an investigation, so I won’t buy it”. next step is “oh, now there’s an investigation, but i need to wait til there was a conviction so I reserve my judgement”…. and on and on. And then if her case if among the few where an actual conviction happens, people who argue like this will follow right up with “well the accused person is appealing so I still can’t be sure”.
      Just say what you actually mean, which is: you don’t believe the victim. Because that’s what this kind of logic amounts to, sadly.

  9. Mich says:

    I’ve wondered for years what Kellyanne’s parenting was like. She lies, gaslights and manipulates so instinctively and there is nothing she won’t say to ‘win’ a point under discussion. My blood really ran cold early in Covid when a reporter asked her about Trump saying the virus was contained. She immediately turned it to gaslight and belittle the reporter. If she can do that to adults imagine what she can do to kids.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      True. It doesn’t seem like anything has been learned from the criticism of a couple of problematic celebrities who just had to voice their suspicions about abuse allegations post #MeToo, and I’ll just leave it at that. Hopefully this girl has a good support system around her.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        @Okatu Fairy Thank you! #MeToo revealed uncomfortable truths. We need to apply the lessons we learnt from that movement.

    • Darla says:

      Well she also lies and excuses and covers for Trump ripping babies from their mother’s arms while they cry inconsolably and many are never returned, sexually abused, physically abused, etc. I personally feel this country forgot about what we are doing to children at the border far too fast. That’s evil. Everyone involved? Evil. Silence? Complicity. With evil. In Keyllanne’s case, she is actively evil and involved in this.

    • Embee says:

      This was my first thought: I can only imagine how the combined power of parenthood (especially mom) with that pathological gaslighting behavior would create serious psychic damage for the children. Claudia is crying out for help but the other three didn’t go unscathed. I’m betting there’s a robot/perfect soldier in the mix, as well as a true antisocial psychopath. If KA messes with her kids’ minds the way she messes with reporters then they have truly had a warped introduction to the World. I wish them peace and healing. Truly

  10. KellyRyan says:

    Claudia is crying for help on Twitter. She wants to be emancipated. I suggested finding a trustworthy person in mental health who would listen and guide her to healthy decisions. As to George, I commented, I hope he has left the Lincoln Project permanently. I would not follow him and have been vocal, it’s one of my issues with LP. Kellyanne is a heartless disgusting con. Relieved she is no longer in front of a microphone.

    • april says:

      I wouldn’t blame Claudia for wanting emancipation. Just look at Kellyanne, she exudes cold-heartedness, constantly lied about Trump during the last four years. I would never want a parent like that. Poor kid. What goes around comes around and Kellyanne is receiving her comeuppance.

  11. E.D. says:

    I have always been suspicious how ‘opposite’ Kellyanne and George have been both politically and publicly on social media and as someone mentioned above, now it’s like the Daughter has her own spin on it all to add to the dysfunctional mix.

    It’s all so messy, so convoluted and so goddamn public.

    I hate everything about 2020.

    P.S – I too think that Kellyanne is a rat fleeing the sinking ship.

  12. Lucy2 says:

    Whatever’s going on with their kids, I hope they are safe and ok.
    But this also seems like a rat deserting a sinking ship, and KAC is getting out before the admin collapses (please God) and will write a tell all. I think she and her husband have been playing both sides to cash in.

  13. Jayna says:

    I don’t believe George wanted to step away from the Lincoln Project. He is one of the founders and is committed to Trump and other elected Trump enablers being tossed out. But Kelly Anne probably said if I step down you have to also. George has a full time job as a lawyer also.

    Their kid is crying out for help. The other kids are probably feeling the effects of their older teenage sister’s distress and their parents dysfunctional marriage. It was the right thing to do. Although, I doubt Claudia wants her mom home all day with her. Kelly Anne has no soul. She’s sees the chaos and incompetency going on daily in the White House, but she loves the power. I despise her. George was one of the few Republicans coming out early in the administration going after Trump.

    But their children, especially Claudia, are the casualty.

  14. Chaine says:

    I can absolutely believe she’s been abused. I grew up in a right wing Xian family like this and hitting your kids was like an order from the Bible to keep their souls on the track to heaven. As for the Conways specifically, there was some video or a month or so ago where she was live-streaming and Kellyanne came up and initiated a loud physical struggle to try to take the phone. If mom would do that live before an audience of hundreds or thousands imagine what she does to her kids behind closed doors.

  15. Noki says:

    OT that thumbnail pic is horrific it looks like that boy from the Cher movie Mask.

  16. SJR says:

    Team Claudia.
    God, I wish I had guts like her at 15 years old! That is a strong female right there, she is coming out with her truth and is very direct and well spoken. Good for her!

    Wish her a lifetime of support and happiness.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      I just want to say I bet you were braver than you realise at 15. Because 15 year old you grew into a person who is fiercely compassionate towards victims. Even when that victim is being invalidated in this comments section. So it’d easy to join in and shame Claudia instead of respecting her.
      I wish I could shout 15 year old you lunch and tell her how special she is. Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes; sometimes it is loud and sometimes is quiet. But bravery is always powerful no matter what form it takes.

    • Celeste says:

      Agreed!

  17. smee says:

    That’s a fifteen year old?

    Kellyanne is using this “family problem” tgtfo before the inevitable – I actually feel encouraged about the election

  18. TIFFANY says:

    I feel for this kid because either way, it set up for both her parents next grift.

  19. nic says:

    What do rats do when the ship starts to sink?

  20. Badgerette86 says:

    I’ve always thought deep down that KA was the anonymous writer inside the administration- since basically everyone else went on to leave or write their own book. Along with the fact that she could absolutely be that two faced and underhanded.

  21. Lizzie says:

    Claudia needs to be out of the house at least temporarily. State should look into the abuse charges. Are grandparents, aunts or uncles available?
    The abuse alegation could be true or not but she should be out of the house while it is investigated.

  22. Scollins says:

    I don’t think this has been mentioned yet but if you’re thinking of donating to Lincoln Project, I’d reconsider and donate to solid Dems and/or organizations with a Democratic track record. Lincoln Project ads are awesome but there’s others out there. I’ve seen discussion about Lincoln buying ads in not the most impressive places/races among other things. Remember most Republicans have plenty of grifted money so they can fund their own ads surely.
    I hope there’s some other adult in that teenager’s life that can be a good influence.

    • Betsy says:

      This!! Do not give money to the Lincoln Project if you’re a Democrat and support Democratic causes; you are being used.

  23. Disdainfulsideeye says:

    Yeah, guessing by “trauma and abuse” she means her parents informed her she was getting a Range Rover HSE for her birthday and not the Supercharged. Sorry, but just don’t trust this. Agree w a lot of others comments that this is a family member of grifters and their all in the grifter together.

    • Darla says:

      that’s an awful thing to put out here. stop that.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      Yeah, rich misogynistic people from nice parts of the world like the U.S., Canada, and Europe don’t typically abuse their kids. Especially when they support rapists and are down with kids in cages.

    • Lizzie says:

      You completely made that Range Rover thing up which is an ignorant and dispicable thing to do. What you “guess” is bs. Sorry you are unhinged about a young girl from a wealthy family claiming abouse. Her aligations should be taken just as seriously as any other child.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      Someone can give you the most expensive gifts in the world and still abuse you behind closed doors. I think you should read the Men Who Hate Them And The Women Who Love Them by Susan Forward and Joan Torres.

      It is centred on abuse within a romantic context not a familial one. But it will give you a deeper understanding of abusive dynamics. It’s important to extend compassion to survivors because it helps them escape abuse. Secrecy & Shame repeat the cycle. Statistically speaking yourself or a loved one will experience abuse. So you may as have the knowledge to be helpful.

      • H says:

        @MarcelMarcel, I’ve been to two seminars run by Dr. Susan Forward. Her book “Toxic Parents” changed my life. After reading that and attending her seminars, I REFUSED to let my father abuse me anymore. I set up boundaries, got therapy, and hopefully grew as a person.

        I hope Claudia can find her way too. It took me much longer, I was an adult before I could get away. I think Claudia is extremely brave.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        @H I’m actually thinking of buying Toxic Parents for a loved one that grow up in an abusive environment. Your recommendation really helps!
        Have you read Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach? That blew my mind and really helped me navigate healing. I’m currently The Women Who Run with Wolves, it’s amazing. I think it really help me extract myself from the toxicity of the patriarchy.

      • H says:

        @MarcelMarcel, thank you for the book recommendation. Radical Acceptance sounds right up my alley!

    • josephine says:

      Sounds like the defense abusive parents would create – my kid is spoiled, not abused. Truly, truly disgusting.

    • ChillyWilly says:

      She is a 15 year old CHILD, FFS! When a chi!d says they are being abused we need to take them seriously no matter who their parents are.

    • Jaded says:

      What a shitty thing to say. Claudia sounds like she’s at her wit’s end. Can you imagine, in your tiny, cynical brain, what it must have been like in that household over the past 4 years and longer? She has two sociopaths for parents who at the very least verbally abused her and at the worst physically and she wants out. I hope the CB editors remove your awful comment.

    • just me says:

      Just because your comment is mean to a 15 year old I have to point out that the correct usage is ‘they’re,’ oh, and ‘grift.’

  24. Betsy says:

    I agree with all of the posters saying that both of those two adults are just grifting monsters, and George Conway is ABSOLUTELY getting exactly what he wants. I read today that Rebecca Mercer was the one to get Kellyanne in with Trump. Both of them can GTH and I hope all of their children turn out alright.

    Actually the “Lincoln Project” can GTH too. They’re Republicans in sheep’s clothing. Until and unless these “ever so sorry” Repukes atone for their part in creating the modern GOP and Trump, I have little to no interest in them and certainly no respect for them.

    • KellyRyan says:

      I think I’m going to drop LP from my Twitter feed. The defense of George is unconscionable. I have had two issues with them, one was George being part of the group, the other was they have not changed party affiliation. I’ve been registered as an Independent through the last four voting cycles for good reason. I believe votes should be earned.

    • kesley says:

      This.

      If Biden wins all these Never-Trumpers will revert back to their old selves as soon as Biden is sworn in and be back on Team GOP. They just don’t like Trump because he hurts their brand or Trump insulted them/wouldn’t give them a job.

      George and KA are grifters. They want to be the new James Carville and Mary Matalin. I guarantee they are thinking book deals, reality shows, cable TV show, etc.

  25. pk says:

    Yeah but this girl benefited off her mom and dad’s “fame” and money. She has a lot of followers on-line because of who her parents are. This is the same sh*t that Olivia Jade pulled. This kind of “drama” just makes these types of girls more popular. If you want to emancipate then go ahead and do it. Why the need to go on-line and announce it? I hope this girl has some good friends or other family members to get her out of that family and away from any abuse she may be suffering from. I wouldn’t be surprised if this family is offered a reality show though…

    • KL says:

      Wow. A fifteen-year-old talking to social media because her parents are incredibly known, and politically powerful, to make sure she’s heard when she talks of abuse and trauma… is the same as a rich girl buying into college and lying on her application?

      WHERE?

      • pk says:

        These two girls are similar in a lot of ways though. With regards to the abuse, someone should go and report to CPS. If CPS was told and nothing was done, then shame on the system for not supporting this girl.

      • Lizzie says:

        Olivia Jade financially benefited by the fraud that she and her parents commited. Claudia is simply the child of rich slimey parents.

      • pk says:

        @ Lizzie

        According to Olivia Jade she never wanted to go to college in the first place. One could argue emotional abuse by her parents as a way to force her to comply. Abuse comes in many forms doesn’t it? Just saying I think these two girls have a lot in common…controlling/manipulative rich famous parents.

    • FYI says:

      Why do you have drama in scare quotes when we’re talking about a hurting 15-year-old? Unreal.

      • pk says:

        The “drama” was about her PARENTS and the sh*t they’ve said and done…not this girl who I believe is a victim.

    • Kristina says:

      Emancipation isn’t exactly snap your fingers easy, by any scope of the imagination. Secondly, at 15 years old, developmentally speaking she is acting out in a way that makes sense – impulsive with maximum reach. At 15 she likely doesn’t know how the system works (even if people are assisting her like a friend’s parent) and would naturally be more inclined to use a platform she’s familiar with to speak out (pretend you’re in her position looking at court docs, forms, countless people to talk to, appointments to attend, even with help it’s still an overwhelming process…the frustration alone would be understandable to say “eff this, I’m telling everyone and let the chips fall where they may” – an adult like you or I might see the futility in that but a 15 year old is much more prone to impulse). 15 year olds aren’t known for thinking rationally (and for good reason because of brain development) but are pretty able to skillfully use what resources they do have. In this case, yes, her parents name gained her more followers but that’s exactly why it makes sense for her to go to that same platform about her parents.

      • just me says:

        @ Kristina, thank you for so eloquently saying what I had only two words for!! You are a better soul than I!

    • Otaku fairy says:

      And? Almost ALL minor children benefit from their parents’ resources to some degree.

  26. Sunnee says:

    So Fishy. I thing Kellyanne and George were trying to set themselves up to be the next James Carville/Mary Matalin figures post Trump. BUT, There is no both sides to this 4 year wreck.
    I’m so cynical that I think The kid may be in on it too. On the off chance that my cynicism is misplaced I hope they fare well.
    I also hope no quarter is given to Kellyanne when Biden-Harris win. ( I’m speaking it into existence).

  27. Leah says:

    So two months away from the election and now Kellyanne decides to flee? Why not when she was lying through her teeth about everything from an imaginary Bowling green massacre to the very real and deadly Covid-19? She’s an enabler to a tyrant and I hope she’s thrown into jail once the administration changes next year.

    As for her daughter, I hope she finds the strength to emancipate herself from her situation.

  28. MarcelMarcel says:

    I’m glad Claudia is staying at a friends place. I hope this means she’s surrounded by a loving & fierce support network. I also hope her siblings are safe. I hope she gets emancipation from her parents so she can focus on healing and enjoying her life.
    Also I’m grateful for the commenters are taking her statements seriously! Compassion helps destigmatise abuse so victims can seek the help they need to survive.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      PS for any survivors I just want you to that I believe you and I hope you can escape familial abuse so you can focus on healing.
      There’s a lot of shaming and invalidation of Claudia in the comments which could be triggering for victims. So please know that I’m thinking of all survivors with love. I’m so grateful you’re still here because the trauma of abuse is so hard to cope with.
      I also suggest Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach. I found it to be a very empowering & informative read.

      • Lady D says:

        I actually just decided it was time to leave this thread. You gave me something in an earlier comment about the bravery of terrified abused 15yo’s that I’m never going to forget, MarcelMarcel. Thank you for that, but I’m out of here.

    • Lizzie Bathory says:

      Thank you so much for your comments on this thread! It’s really disturbing & disheartening to see the comments invalidating her or minimizing her claims of abuse.

      I was abused as a kid & told people, including teachers. It was never taken seriously–I suspect because I’m white & my parents were “good” upper middle class people. Then I got to college & met so many people whose parents were very wealthy, the kids privileged in so many ways, but the tales of family abuse would curl your hair. Not a single one of those families *ever* had interventions by CPS, regardless of how horrifying the situation was.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        First of all I’m sending you a virtual hug and wish I could give you a nourishing bowl of soup.
        Second of all, some commentators like Okatu Fairy are fighting the good fight by responding to the toxic comments. I had to bounce for a bit because I was getting too upset.
        We are powerful Valkyries building on generations of righteousness anger at abuses of power. We won’t quit until every child, womxn, queer folk and good man feels safe. It may not happen in my lifetime but it will happen. A day will come when rapists, abusers and pedophiles are no longer tolerated or enabled.

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        Aww, thanks! I just had a tasty lunch lol.

        I was taken aback by all of the cruel & dismissive comments, but I’ve also been heartened by the compassion of you, Otaku Fairy & many others pushing back. So many people don’t understand abuse & believe we live in a Law & Order universe where injustice is punished & victims are served by the system. The reality is sooooo different. Keep fighting the good fight. I wish you continued healing!

  29. Melissa says:

    Claudia holds nothing back on TikTok. She said there have been reports to CPS but because her parents are so powerful they get dropped. She says she’s been physically abused, and she’s posted audio of her aunt that sure sounds like it. She said Kellyanne has been arrested but it gets “lost”. She said she only found out about her parents quitting on Twitter like the rest of us. No family meeting, nothing like that.
    I wholeheartedly doubt the Conway’s are doing this “for the family”. I kinda want to adopt Claudia and give her a big hug.

  30. Thaisajs says:

    She’s 15. And like many 15 year olds, she is very dramatic. That said, I do think it is notable that both of them quit to spend more time with the family. In this one instance, I do think it’s true they understood that everything had come off the rails at home.

    I also think, honestly, that KellyAnne sees what’s coming this November and was looking for an exit so she could start working on the next phase in her career. And this gave her a perfect excuse.

  31. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Someone made a really good point on Twitter: it’s long been suspected that KC is the anonymous source who keeps leaking info to the press. I think BOTH Conways are major grifters. And I think this is KC’s way of extricating herself from the WH without it falling back on her in a negative way. If (God willing) Trump loses KC will come out with a book detailing her time as “anonymous”.
    As for her daughter? Rich privileged white teen crying abuse because she doesn’t like Mom’s job. Whatever.

    • Erin says:

      @valiantlyvarnished it’s incredibly offensive that you can invalidate her entire experience so quickly because she is white with rich/famous parents. Wow.

    • Darla says:

      Wipe your conscience VV. Don’t forget all the men trump hires beat women, one of them slipped his mistress a pill to make her miscarry. Why wouldn’t Kellyanne be cut from the same cloth, of course she is. And abusing white children is also despicable. I’m sorry for you that you don’t view it that way. And I do mean, I’m sorry for you.

    • Jaded says:

      Rich, privileged white teens get abused all the time. Money and status have nothing to do with it – she has two soulless monsters for parents and no matter how much money they have, growing up in that household must have been a f*cking freak show.

      • NatureLover says:

        @ Jaded, unfortunately for upper class white parents, they are usually able to escape the usual rigorous investigations of CPS, given their clout and standing. I am not saying that this is right, in fact it is extremely wrong. And unfortunately they are able to continue their abuse without consequences and any further investigations must start from the very beginning. It’s a vicious cycle for the poor children to endure.

    • H says:

      @Valiantly Varnished, over the past year, I’ve enjoyed most of your comments like Lightpurple, but I just can’t with this one. Claudia’s claims are valid. I don’t care if she’s white, rich and goes to a private school, her claims of abuse ring true. Sure, she’s a teenager, but if you think this is just about her mother’s job…

      BTW, my father was rich, white and connected. He beat up my stepsister in full view of family at his wedding reception to my stepmother. My stepsister pressed charges and guess what? My father had a lawyer who ripped her apart on the stand and charges were dropped. Never to appear anywhere if you look for it. Same for other abuse allegations that came later from me. Abusers manipulate, especially narcissists, everything in their sphere: the courts, friends, family, etc. As a victim you begin to doubt yourself. Years after high school, a girl I had been semi-friendly with went to work for my father’s company. When I saw her at my father’s retirement party, she straight up called me a liar about the abuse I suffered. Stating my father was “a great guy who had mentored her.” Really?

      Gaslighters are going to gaslight. I believe Claudia (and victims).

    • Lizzie says:

      What a gross comment. This 15 y/o is saying she was abused. Quite despicable to characterize that as ‘crying abuse’ or to mention her race.

  32. Teebee says:

    I think the truth is right down the middle.

    KAC knows the writing is on the wall and a second term, and keeping her job, is getting more unlikely. I also think her family life is imploding and becoming more public which she probably hates. Not because she cares about their well-being, but because she hates the negative publicity that she can’t spin against the Dems.

    GC found a good niche to fit into, as a Trump critic, but it doesn’t look like he risked much. In fact, being anti-trump has given him a boost, even if it’s disingenuous. I believe that he and KAC are barely a couple, and put formalizing it on the back burner as their public personas became the story.

    All the while, nannies have probably been watching their kids. And as the pressure cooker they created started to heat up, one of their children is starting to learn the power of media and is ready to reveal the hypocrisy. I don’t think I’d ever be brave enough to “out” my parents.

    I think CC is old enough to recognize right and wrong, politically. And emboldened by whatever friends she has, she has decided to lift the lid. I think her parents have gotten physical with her. I think their family has broken down completely.

    We can hope her parents are not vengeful. That they won’t throw in her face that she is ruining their careers. That she has publicly humiliated them. But I think that is what has already happened. She wants out because her parents have probably always put their careers ahead of their family. And I think she feels that everything is a show, everything is a strategy and if they’ve never been there for her in the past, they never will be, and she’s better on her own. It’s a young girl’s fantasy, to break free of parental bonds, especially ones as toxic as this family.

    They all need therapy, not a court battle. KAC and GC need to stop strategizing their relationship and move on. All four children need to be made the priority, but KAC and GC cannot fix this on their own.

    But I think we know what will happen. And no doubt it will be confirmed on social media.

  33. Who ARE These People? says:

    Trump is the Abuser-in-Chief and quite a few people in his administration have been found to be abusive partners. Would it be such a surprise that others in his inner circle also mistreat their partners and their children? These are the kinds of people with which he’s comfortable. They share a common value system, including anger and resentment and unearned self-satisfaction.

  34. Erin says:

    Yikes, I’m disturbed to see some folks commenting here that she’s a “mess” and saying that she looks 30. Good grief. She’s a 15 year old survivor of childhood trauma and abuse. She sounds extremely eloquent and intelligent on her Twitter and we should all support her and be proud that she is willing to take on her parents in this very public way. I’m rooting for her all the way, I hope she can intern with AOC!

    • ennie says:

      She has not lived a normal life, by what her parents seem to be doing.
      She’s crying for help and to get her mother/father ‘s attention.
      a teen will experiment wit her looks, not commenting beyond that.

    • Otaku fairy says:

      This. If Claudia had the same grifter parents and was just as rich and white, but she was a teenage boy coming out of the closet and accusing conservative parents of abuse, people probably would at least try to be more respectful and less dismissive.

    • Korra says:

      Yeah, the comments on here are gross!

  35. Maida says:

    I really, really hope that Claudia and the other kids get the practical support and therapy they need. Whatever the details of what has been going on are, it’s clear that she is hurting badly and crying out for help. Being so squarely in the public eye can’t be helpful.

    Both Kellyanne and George can pound sand, as far as I’m concerned, but their kids 100 percent do NOT deserve what they have been put through.

  36. Christin says:

    Wouldn’t it be ironic if a woman who relishes outright lying to the public. has her dreams of bigger money and political fame derailed by a truth-telling teenager?

    I personally don’t trust either parent, and find it interesting that Claudia herself implies that her father’s true politics are not in line with hers.

    • MarcelMarcel says:

      I hadn’t thought of the irony and appreciated your comment.
      It will some kind of amazing victory if two terrible people are toppled by their truth telling teenage daughter. I really hope the truth sets her free and her emancipation.
      I was also intrigued by her comment about her fathers true politics. Disliking Trump as President is commonsense and doesn’t automatically entitle you to fanfare. Especially if you helped undermine Christine Ford’s address by pushing for her rapist to become a Supreme Court Judge. Never underestimate a powerful & toxic man’s ability to lie if it will gain him more power.

  37. Charfromdarock says:

    God. The victim blaming. She is a 15 year old girl. 15.

    Being white, being rich, being from a powerful and famous family doesn’t provide any immunity to violence. Nothing does.

    We need to believe and support victims, not just ones we like or that fit some ideal of a perfect flawless victim.

    And we really need to get past this distraction of false accusations. Yes. It happens but nowhere as much as abuse does.

    I really hope she and her siblings are safe and get the support they actually need.

    • Darla says:

      thank you, well said.

    • Nanainwonderland says:

      This. If my parents were Kellyanne and George Conway I imagine I would be all sorts of dysfunctional. Have empathy for that poor girl. Having awful people like these for parents would wreck anyone.

  38. KellyRyan says:

    George is whining, “Trump is evil and a racist.” My Twitter post, quote GC and added, “And your married to one.” I know Claudia mentioned seeking emancipation, best case is to remain with a relative in a safe and protected environment, seek supportive mental health.

  39. Sandra says:

    The physical state of both Kellyanne and George – wouldn’t surprise me that they are both addicts. God knows what goes on in that household. Sorry not sorry for saying this. They clearly do not take good care of themselves.

  40. adastraperaspera says:

    I believe the Conways are working together to profit from and then survive the fallout from the Trump takeover. I seriously doubt their kids have any problem living in the $8 million mansion provided by Trump dollars (and conveniently located next door to another mansion owned by the Russian oligarch Deripaska). After all, their previous home was Manhattan’s Trump Tower, where they lived since 2006.

    George Conway helped Linda Tripp set up Monica Lewinsky and then was the source who tipped off Ken Starr about the affair. He and Kellyanne are master manipulators. Basic google research shows Kellyanne’s mob family ties via her grandfather Jimmy “The Brute” DiNatale and George’s fluffing of the Paula Jones lawsuit further helped bring down Clinton. Oh, and he did this by working with his buddy Brett Kavanaugh.

    So… Pretending to be political opposites (George wrote his first anti-Trump op-ed in 2018) and then having their kid stage a crisis to create a smokescreen is child’s play for them (pun intended)–instant sympathy from the press and their critics and total privacy going forward to refine the next steps in their shady plot. We are being played.

    • Darla says:

      Claudia lived in Trump tower????

      Well, now I believe her story of childhood abuse even more.

      • MarcelMarcel says:

        @Darla ITA
        @Adastraperasepera why is it hard to believe the Conways are abusive? You think the Conways are manipulators with criminal ties who weaponise the press and legal system to get what they want. You also think they’re friends with Trump- a known abuser with ties to Epstein.
        If the Conways are willing to misuse their power in public spheres than they could do so in private spheres with vulnerable children. If they somehow twist Claudia’s truth to suit them that doesn’t make Claudia a liar. It just makes them malicious individuals with no desire to be held accountable.

    • Maida says:

      MarcelMarcel, well said.

  41. Lizzie says:

    I have made enough comments here, I just want to add that I unfollowed The Lincoln Project.
    I’m done with them.

    • KellyRyan says:

      Thank you. I did as well. I’m going to be tough on them. I’ve stated, If you are a Republican voting for Biden Harris and you have not changed party’s you have an agenda.

  42. shanaynay says:

    Mama’s a despicable person, and maybe this is just karma coming to bite her in the a^^!!!!

  43. Beech says:

    I’ve watched some of the LP videos and they’re fine but I’m not a believer that your enemie’s enemy is your friend.

  44. The Recluse says:

    The Lincoln Project has its uses in our struggle. Conway has played his role in that, but I have never forgotten his connections to the Kochs and others. Nor will I forget the role his vile wife has played in the Drumpf administration.
    As far as I am concerned, he is suspect and she is permanently CANCELLED in every sense of the term.

  45. Bread and Circuses says:

    I take their quitting their jobs at face value: I think their family is exploding, and they are stepping back to deal with that.

    But I have also wondered, literally for years now, why they hadn’t already exploded.

    I looked at how Kellyanne would spout literally any lie to support Trump, and how George was equally vocal against Trump, and wonder: How does it even work? How can they even speak to one another when they get home?

    And the answer is apparently that it wasn’t working, and the kids were suffering for it.

    • shanaynay says:

      I wouldn’t ever take anything this biotch says at face value. She can lie to you with a straight face at the blink of an eye.

  46. nicegirl says:

    Team Conway kids safety!

    Their assface parents can fuck the fuck off.

    If irrefutable evidence of severe abuse of minors is available (video/audio/non family witnesses) and provided to law enforcement it could be pretty embarrassing to be in a high profile position where you’re busy spouting alternative facts for pay. If KA and G are major drug doers and there’s same evidence, it may be they’re facing actual consequences due to the abuse and they may need to try to pull off a different type con to get these allegations to disappear. Even if those consequences are their kids reaching out and they’re gonna con (manipulate, abuse) the kid into recanting or not cooperating with investigators.

    And/or rats leaving the ship.

    Also. Believe kids when they report abuse. GMAFB.

    And if it’s a Conway child reporting, wtf else can we expect from such a horrible pair?

    These two SUCKKKKKK shit in a can and we already the fuck been knowing, geez. Kavanaugh + caged kids= we know these two are not responsible citizens who care for our country. Why the fuck are we at all surprised they’ve been accused of being hideous caregivers to their own minors? These two don’t give no shits, horrendous evil incarnate mthrfckrrrrsss!!

    Gross crypt keeper looking dishonest abusive hag.

    Yep. I SAID IT.

  47. Rad says:

    Kellyanne is a sociopath? I would have never seen that coming! (I sprained my eyes rolling them).

    So next up on Maurey, “The f**ked up children of the Trump Administration”.

    I grew up in an abusive, controlling, racist and Republican household, in an abusive and racist city. Deep inside, I knew it was up to ME to get the Hell out of there. At 23, I found my path out and never looked back. The problem was that i never grasped the horrors of racism until I was an adult. I never new what Selma was about until I was nearly 30. I’m nearly 60 now and that climate of ignorance from my youth weighs heavily on me.