Kellyanne Conway’s Husband Just Published A Story About Mueller & Donald Is Furious


We don’t hear of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway as often as we did early on in Trump’s entry to the White House. However, occasionally she and her husband still make headlines, for very different reasons.

Unlike his wife, George T. Conway ΙΙΙ has frequently been critical of Donald Trump and his administration. The most recent piece of critique came on Monday, with the lawyer husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway penning an article defending the constitutionality of Robert Mueller’s probe into possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.

The title to Conway’s piece is “The Terrible Arguments Against the Constitutionality of the Mueller Investigation,” which seems innocent enough. However, it’s clearly in response to the president’s recent attacks toward the investigation, which Trump enjoys referring to as “unconstitutional” and “the biggest witch hunt ever.”

WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 17: George T. Conway III, husband of White House Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, attends the 139th Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House April 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. The White House said 21,000 people are expected to attend the annual tradition of rolling colored eggs down the White House lawn that was started by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1878. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

The tweet, which was deleted initially because of incorrect spelling, was made on June 4 and, Conway insists, was likely taken from Steven Calabresi, conservative legal scholar.

‘Unfortunately for the president, these writings are no more correct than the spelling in his original tweet. And in light of the president’s apparent embrace of Calabresi’s conclusions, it is well worth taking a close look at Calabresi’s argument in support of those conclusions.’

Calabrese argued, in an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal, that special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe violates the constitution and is therefore “null and void.”

WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 25: U.S. President Donald Trump holds a joint news conference with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri in the Rose Garden at the White House July 25, 2017 in Washington, DC. Trump began the news conference by announcing that Senate Republicans had passed a procedural vote on repealing Obamacare. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Conway wrote:

‘The “constitutional” arguments made against the special counsel do not meet that standard and had little more rigor than the tweet that promoted them. Such a lack of rigor, sadly, has been a disturbing trend in much of the politically charged public discourse about the law lately, and one that lawyers — regardless of their politics — owe a duty to abjure.’

Conway also recently shared a tweet by a reporter for POLITICO, critiquing Trump’s claims about the Mueller probe being “unconstitutional.”

This was Conway’s addition to the shared tweet: