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Lawyer George Conway, the husband of White House Advisor, Kelly Anne Conway, created an embarrassing scene on social media Wednesday when he mocked a concern that his wife was the highlight on your Twitter feed.
The controversy surfaced, according to Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas, released the names of donors to President Trump, in an apparent attempt to intimidate them. The senior trump aide mocked, they move in a series of tweets and retweets.
In one, promoted a tweet from house minority whip Steve Scalise, R-La., to say that “lives are at stake”, when people of other objective, based on “their political views.”
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Scalise was previously injured and hospitalized, after a politically-motivated shooting in practice for the congressional baseball game in 2017.
Also you have retweeted a post about the former Democratic National Committee Chairman, the Fox News contributor Donna Brazile, Castro said the actions were “wrong”.
Her husband mocked these concerns on Wednesday while Retweets an article from The Washington Post, reported, a real estate developer, holds a fundraiser for the President.
“How awful of you to publish the name of the donor, omg omg,” he tweeted sarcastically. He knocked, privacy concerns, with the argument that the donor’s name to be public information.
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“Search and retrieve the information to the public, tweeted he will need a lot more than 20 seconds, either,” he said.
The exchange was only the latest embarrassing incident for the family of Conway, George has continually blasted the President on Twitter. In July, Kelly Anne said that she “disagree[d]” with her husband, the feelings referred to Trump as a racist. Written, he had an op-ed in which he denounced Trump’s comments about progressive women in Congress.