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Report: Kellyanne Conway And Her NeverTrump Husband Split, Hire Divorce Lawyers

Report: Kellyanne Conway And Her NeverTrump Husband Split, Hire Divorce Lawyers

“Destroying his wife’s career is George Conway’s most notable accomplishment, and how he will be remembered.”

One of the bright spots among Trump’s often less than stellar staff/Cabinet picks and others in his orbit was Kellyanne Conway. Conway served as Trump’s 2016 campaign manager and later as a Senior Counselor to the President.

Her NeverTrump husband, George Conway, was an outspoken and particularly vitriolic critic of Trump who was one of the founding members of the disgraced Lincoln Project. Conway reportedly felt, quite reasonably, that her husband’s public (and often inaccurate) criticism of Trump was a betrayal.

The Daily Mail reports:

Kellyanne Conway and her husband George have filed for divorced after 22 years of marriage after admitting her husband’s criticism of Donald Trump was a betrayal.

The couple known for being political opposites has gone their separate ways after years of speculation if the pair even liked each other, according to Page Six. George has been one of Donald Trump’s biggest critics, and publicly mocked the president on Twitter while he employed his wife.

. . . . The pair have both hired divorced [sic] lawyers and they are working to divide their assets, Page Six reported.

Her husband’s very public antics must have been devastating to Conway. His Trump derangement was on full display when he used typical Lincoln Project tactics to attack Trump supporter Rep. Elise Stafanik (R-NY): Kellyanne Conway’s NeverTrump Husband Retweets Clear Photoshop of Elise Stefanik.

The pushback against the Lincoln Project’s unhinged attacks on Trump included the Club for Growth Tak[ing] on #NeverTrump Lincoln Project ‘Grifters’ in Powerful New Video, Website.

The news of their split comes as no great surprise given her husband’s role in Kellyanne’s decision to leave the White House in the wake of their daughter’s very public meltdown. Professor Jacobson noted in August of 2020:

Kellyanne Conway, one of the architects of the Trump 2016 win and his most prominent spokesperson, announced last night that she will be leaving the White House to address family issues.

. . . . Kellyanne’s husband, Never Trumper George Conway, also announced that he is taking a break from the Lincoln Project and Twitter to focus on family. George Conway’s pathological anti-Trumpism and inability to deal his wife’s greater success is the root of the problem. Conway attacked his wife on Twitter, and became a Twitter star only because he was married to her. Few people knew of Conway, and no one cared what he thought, except for the fact that he would be weaponized against his wife and Trump. Conway became the equivalent of a kamikaze pilot flying his family into ship Trump. Destroying his wife’s career is George Conway’s most notable accomplishment, and how he will be remembered.


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She was married to a very abusive man. A clown, to boot. FINALLY she got away.

I think the prognosis for happiness for the rest of her life is very, very good.

    I think that all depends on her. If she has a thing for abusive men then she will end right back where she began, with another abusive man. Wonder how her relationship with her father was as a child?

The most surprising thing about this is that they were still officially married.

Seriously I thought she tossed him overboard like 5 years ago.

George Conway will not be remembered at all which for a narcissist like George Conway is the ultimate penalty.

However we all know he was a horrible husband and father and exactly what a man should not be.

    diver64 in reply to Danny. | March 5, 2023 at 5:47 am

    Husband yes but we have no idea what type of father he is. Evidence suggests not a good one, though if his angry and unhinged public persona bleeds over to his personal life.

henrybowman | March 4, 2023 at 9:05 pm

“The pair have both hired divorced lawyers”
This is kinda funny.
Minor legal celebrities out here market themselves as the “Husband & Wife Law Team” of Phoenix.
I just realized there’s a related market niche for divorce lawyers that no one has yet exploited.

George’s greatest accomplishment and only reason we even know him was his marriage to Kellyanne.

And he still fucked that up. What a buffoon.

She should have dumped the bastard years ago.

chrisboltssr | March 4, 2023 at 11:17 pm

George Conway got his wish.

In related news, President Trump
Spoke at CPAC for 2 hours and won the straw poll there 42% over no show DeSantis

    Ghostrider in reply to gonzotx. | March 5, 2023 at 9:54 am

    At this point in time, former President Trump is the front-runner.

    DeSantis and several other 2024 hopefuls, skipped CPAC in favor of the Club for Growth Conference, which is an important part of mustering campaign donors.

    There is no advantage for DeSantis to get into a punch-counter punch contest with Trump right now. A Fox News segment reported this morning that Iowa straw polls show that MAGA voters are split evenly and want an alternative to Trump. Although Trump’s base is strong if something happens where Trump falters in the primary, a large percentage of the base should favor DeSantis.

      Club for Growth, that is the Karl Rove and Lincoln Project HQ. Not exactly a smart place for DeSantis to be seen. So far, DeSantis has not engaged. And Trump didn’t mention him yesterday but destroyed his shadow campaign machine: Paul Ryan, Karl Rove, and Jeb Bush among others. Once DeSantis engages or chooses not to run, we’ll get out answer about whether or not he is an establishment plant. He is playing a very dangerous game. So far, he is clearly not MAGA. The question is whether he is for sale. The correct answer could be the last blow that takes down the corrupt GOPe. I’ll let you figure out what I’m talking about.

      It is clear that very few people here watched either Trump or O’Keefe yesterday or even last week which speaks volumes about how disengaged LI is to what is going on. Willful ignorance is not a virtue.

        Did Club for Growth become the Rove/Lincoln Project HQ before or after they endorsed Trump in 2020? Remember this:

        McIntosh issued the following statement following the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

        “President Donald Trump clearly won the debate, hands down. President Trump delivered a commanding debate performance showing the clear choice that Americans face between lower taxes, fewer regulations, and parental school choice, and Biden’s vision of crippling taxes and putting a radical liberal agenda ahead of our children and our jobs.”

        – David McIntosh, President Club for Growth PAC

        Let me guess, it was when they decided not to invite Trump to their conference this year, and he got he feewings hurt.

        This kind of lashing out at anyone and everyone who is not marching in the Trump Train parade proudly flying their Trump flags does not help you or Trump. There are plenty of real MAGAs and patriots who are over Trump, calling them GOPe or Marxists or traitors or corrupt or whatever is not the win you think it is. You just reinforce the impression that Only Trumpers think he’s literally the only non-GOPe politician in the entire nation. That is clearly untrue, and it is silly to keep bashing everyone who is not on board with Trump at this point in time. How does your constant sniping help change their minds? Or is it possible that it’s a complete turn-off to otherwise winnable votes?

          Wow. Too much to unpack there. Two dots: dirty money and who is going to receive it. Everything else falls under the category of “six degrees from Kevin Bacon” logic. Or maybe it should be called Rube Goldberg contraption logic. When confronted with logic and facts: obfuscate, redirect, insult,

          Try listening to Trump’s speeches last week and James O’Keefe’s 10-minute speech at yesterday’s CPAC. You clearly did not. Trump just re-entered the arena fully prepared to storm back into the White House. You are flailing and grasping at straws.

          I do appreciate your condescension though. It is obvious I cannot change your mind and I have given up on your dying never-say-die, Republican-to-the-end cult. You don’t need me to wreck your GOP. It is going extinct.

          But I throw enough substantiated observations and simple logic for people who can actually think without getting emotional to see the obvious. Not everyone has painted themselves into a corner. Your world where voting for a candidate who is on the payroll of the enemy makes sense is absurdly foolish. I argue a better path where the old RINO party is destroyed and replaced by MAGA and it is happening. We don’t need your votes. You will eventually realize what hit you and by then, you will be telling us that you were with us all along. Mark my words.

          “Dirty money” to you seems to mean the donations of the same exact right-leaning millionaires and billionaires who donated to both of Trump’s previous two campaigns but are not donating this time. There is nothing “dirty” about not supporting any candidate for any reason, and that includes the megadonors who are supporting him for the ’24 nomination. And yes, Trump’s donors got rewarded with the same thing ALL big donors get: jobs and access.

          I really don’t understand your weird fixation on donations, but my guess is that you wouldn’t have even a tiny problem with these same donors if they were choosing to support Trump this time around. So it’s not the donors who are the problem, or their “dirty money,” but that they are done with Trump. That doesn’t make them globalist RINO Marxist blah blah, and repeating it fifty-eleven times doesn’t make it true.

          And “We don’t need your votes,” really? That’s . . . really something, Phil. I wonder if Trump shares your disdain for his two-time voters? Somehow, I think not.

          @fuzzy: “I really don’t understand your weird fixation on donations,..”


          “There are plenty of real MAGAs and patriots who are over Trump, calling them GOPe or Marxists or traitors or corrupt or whatever is not the win you think it is.”

          That is an outright lie and you know it. The problem with the way you think is that you start off with only one possible conclusion and create a narrative based on a complicated set of arguments that are carefully selected to make your points. Your narrative loses its internal logic and you don’t even notice.

          I am very suspicious of people who “know” things. None of us “know” anything. It’s what we choose to believe. Those of us who develop plausible narratives that can be adjusted as better information becomes available don’t end up painting ourselves into corners. For instance, were DeSantis to decide not only is he not running but to endorse Trump and make clear that he will be campaigning enthusiastically for him (my preferred outcome), my narrative still works. How will YOU paint yourself out of your corner?

          Try thinking logically instead of emotionally. WE don’t “know” anything. Connect the dots and make good use of Occam’s Razor logic. My narrative is solid. Yours is emotional and complicated with twisted logic and downright lies. Do better. Try harder.

          What? This makes no sense at all. It’s a tirade against something I didn’t even say (what did I say “I know”? You said I “know” something, but I did not say it. You did. Then you said you can’t “know” anything . . . except apparently what you “know.” Very bizarre and unintelligible.).

          As to DeSantis, as I have said, repeatedly, I want him to stay in Florida. YOU are the one who keeps assuming that I support him for ’24 despite my actual words. You don’t seem to care what is actually said, come to think of it. In fact, you ignore what I actually say and go off on these weird tangents. It’s odd and off-putting in the extreme.

          How does your narrative that DeSantis is a corrupt globalist RINO sell-out and Jeb Bush / Paul Ryan neocon lackey work if he decides to endorse and enthusiastically campaign for Trump? Doesn’t that taint Trump? Or is it that you really don’t believe a word of that and are just saying it to raise doubts and try to sway people to Trump? My guess is the latter. But I don’t “KNOW.” Ugh.

          And what is my “narrative” in your mind? (Yikes, actually don’t answer that. You are clearly not paying the least bit of attention to what I actually say, so anything you come up with is going to be completely off-base and probably a little nuts, like the above.)

        Milhouse in reply to Pasadena Phil. | March 5, 2023 at 5:08 pm

        Club for Growth, that is the Karl Rove and Lincoln Project HQ.

        You are a damned liar.

There have been some odd pairings over the years that didn’t seem to make much sense. James Carville/Mary Matalin is one but from all accounts of Republicans that know him, Carville is actually a pretty nice guy and very funny. George Conway is neither and he also does not strike me as very bright. Just a mean, petty unpleasant person.

    gonzotx in reply to diver64. | March 5, 2023 at 9:19 am

    Carville is an a$$

      diver64 in reply to gonzotx. | March 6, 2023 at 6:07 am

      I don’t know him so can only go on what others say about him. He is an … in how he acts in the public eye when lights come on just that in private he is pretty funny and decent to hang around with much like Bill Clinton.

One more thing. Although the Marxists still surround us, the house of cards they built is now crumbling. We can see it in how their unified messaging is fragmenting. They are rapidly losing control. It started slowly and soon, the “suddenly” part will arrive. It is inevitable. In desperation, they will lash out with more violence. Get ready for it. Let’s hope we have time to avoid WWIII.

We are gaining the upper hand thanks to people who have had the courage to overcome their fears and do the right thing. There are more of them than we will ever know. Last week may prove to have been the turning point starting with Trump’s policy announcements. And James O’Keefe’s brief speech was a solid game changer. His getting booted out of Project Veritas may prove to have been as important as Musk outing the Twitter board of directors which showed the way for DeSantis to emasculate Disney. The dominoes are toppling as the masks keep dropping.

We now know the who the enemies are, where they are and we know their plan. So we now know how to defeat them. We are winning if only we grasp what our eyes are seeing. Fear is not an excuse to do nothing. Neither is petty partisan politics.

    gonzotx in reply to Pasadena Phil. | March 5, 2023 at 9:20 am

    That’s very optimistic Phil

      Don’t get caught by surprise. There is a clear path to victory is we avoid the allure of easy dirty money or the fear of being wrong.

      CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | March 5, 2023 at 10:32 am

      Not overly optimistic though. Federalism is the best solution to stop the progressive leftists. When the leadership of one State takes action the people in other States look to that example and want to know why their own leadership isn’t doing something similar.

      I would much prefer a renewed emphasis on Federalism v placing a single bet on Congress. State level politicians are far more accessible and more easily held accountable than their Federal counterparts.

        We have to seize the opportunities currently available. The White House and Congress is within our grasp. And DeSantis isn’t the only nor the first governor to fight DC. It may soon be a majority. Even some blue states are fed up. If we had fair elections in CA, Several of our politicians would be gone including Hair Gel, our AG, several DAs and mayors. It’s starting. LA County just cleaned over 2 million names of the voter lists and Republican candidates are starting to engage in ballot harvesting but without any help from the Republican State Committee. Forget about any help from the RNC.

Rupert Smedley Hepplewhite | March 5, 2023 at 8:02 am

This explains what affected their daughter, Claudia, who dealt with some serious anger issues the last couple of years. I hope she is doing better.

His disagreements didn’t sound good faith to me.

If anyone is wondering whatever happened to A. F. Branco,

He’s still with us.

I was born in the late 50s and my Dad was a Republican and my Mom was a Dem. My Sis, who was 8 years older than me took after my mom, and my Brother, who was 6 years older than me took after my Dad as I did.

I met my wife in college and she was also a Republican as both our sons have grown up to be. By now my Dad, Mom, and Brother are all dead.

Capitalist-Dad | March 5, 2023 at 3:26 pm

About time. The guy seems like a complete jerk and unworthy of her.

BierceAmbrose | March 5, 2023 at 5:40 pm

Well, that inspired a reverie of a Prezzy Trump Reunion Tour. I don’t know if he has it in him, or if they do. But it is MCU phase eleven, or something, so maybe…

— KellyAnne as councilor or advisor, now free of the barking barnacle. How about Chief of Staff?

— I liked Nimurata Haiey as UN Ambassador. Perhaps she’d have to fight Rick Grenell for that, but how about Sec State Grenell? (Can you imagine him dropping truth-napalm on The Dowager Empress’ tenure from the same office? “Well, yes, I have to tell you about that, because those communications are secure on the department’s server, and nobody’s leaked it either…”)

— I wanna see Michael Flynn as national security advisor, just to be vindictive.

— Does Ted Cruiz want to be AG? Will that be enough to keep him busy? Is he disciplined enough to stay clean when his whole organization will be gunning for him?

— Partnering with Republican Governors: let’s make the states work.

— Turn loose the Inspectors General. All of them.

I wonder whether a second-term “team of rivals” and The Donald can “art of the deal” themselves into something advantageous to them all. And good for the rest of us, not out of moral imperatives, or high-mindedness, but if the current administration has taught us anything it’s the value of good honest crooks.

Hey, it’s not the least likely fantasy I’ve ever entertained…