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Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., told Fox News on Wednesday that while he would prefer President Trump will not focus on White-House-Advisor Kelly Anne Conway man — and frequent critic — George Conway, he believes that the President simply frustrated.
“I think it is very frustrating for the President, the difficult circumstances, Kelly Anne. She is obviously one of the most trusted advisers in the White house, and not only in the White house, but in addition worthy of,” said Gaetz on “The story”. “I think it is frustrating for him to see George Conway so critical, if Kelly Anne has been a part of the great success that we Land.”
George Conway is always behind the President of the mental health, on social media, while his wife continues to work at the White house.
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“George Conway, often referred to as Mr. Kelly Anne Conway by those who know him, is VERY jealous of his wife, success & angry, that I, with your help, do not give him the job he wanted so badly. I hardly know him, but just take a look, a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!” Trump tweeted Wednesday.
Conway responded by tweeting, “to prove to you seem my point with determination. Good for you! #Narcissistic personality disorder.”
Gaetz defended the trump card against the accusation that he has the “narcissistic personality disorder.”
“Of course, that is a view which was held by someone who will not get to see how he is, I think, feels for the country and a lot of power to see that the people lead a better life,” Gaetz.
“I don’t believe, to increased talk that the presidency or the country, someone in the marriage. I think the President should focus on the amazing economic success that he is. The renegotiation of trade agreements and of the fact that we roll in a 2020 election cycle, where Republicans are more enthusiastic than Democrats and with a lot of good reason.”
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Gaetz, the President defended the recent attacks on the late Arizona senator John McCain, blame deep-seated resentment over McCain’s role in the failure to repeal ObamaCare.
“It was John McCain, I think, to want more, stick it to the President as also reflected in his own beliefs,” said Gaetz said Fox News’ Ed Henry. “I think it is reasonable that the President is very frustrated and disappointed.”
McCain died last August after a battle with cancer.
Fox News’ Ed Henry and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.