My Husband Violated Marriage Vows by Tweeting Mean Things About Trump

When the 2016 Republican nomination process began, Kellyanne Conway was working for Ted Cruz. However, when Cruz failed to secure the nomination, she quickly moved on to work for Donald Trump. The problem is that her husband, prominent Conservative lawyer George Conway, hates Trump.

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The tumultuous marriage has created many strange moments during Trump’s tenure in office. And apparently, Kellyanne Conway was never quite satisfied with it. In fact, she is now claiming that George violated his marriage vows by regularly beating Trump.

In an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Conway writes:

“George spent much of his time in New York at the company, where he voluntarily transitioned from partner to consultant, spending the night alone at our home in Alpine, New Jersey, 240 miles from DC. Numbers don’t lie. During this time, the frequency and intensity of his tweets increased rapidly. Apparently he cheated by tweeting. I was having a hard time competing with his new form. ”

Kellyanne also revealed that Ivanka Trump, of all people, advised them to go to marriage counseling. The former Trump special adviser continued, “He spent his time just the way he wanted to. If that was important to him, he would have made it happen. Ivanka and I definitely have one thing in common now: Both Jared [Kushner] and George is often referred to as ‘husband’. . . ”

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