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George Conway Twitter (@gtconway3d) - Official Twitter Account

by Md Fahad Alam 9 months ago in politicians · updated 9 months ago
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The official George Conway Twitter account is the best resource out there that I found with all his tweets. You can find interviews & appearances quite easily.

On this page, you can read posts from George Conway Twitter account because the site is not hosted on the same server as the forums. That's why here you can see posts from this profile and not on the other side.

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George Thomas Conway III, (born September 2, 1963) is an American attorney. George Conway was considered by President Donald Trump for the position of Solicitor General of the United States, and a post as an assistant attorney general heading the Civil Division at the United States Department of Justice but withdrew himself from consideration.

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In 2018, Conway emerged as a vocal Trump critic, even though his wife, Kellyanne Conway, worked for Trump from 2016 to 2020. During the 2020 presidential election, Conway was notably involved with the Lincoln Project, a coalition of former Republicans dedicated to defeating Trump.

George Conway Twitter likes to speak his mind, which can be a dangerous thing when he happens to be married to Kellyanne Conway.

The legal eagle with a penchant for going rogue on Twitter has an extensive resume that includes being mentioned with Oprah Winfrey as the only two African American candidates in consideration for the position of Solicitor General of the United States and has served as USA President Trump's 2020 campaign manager.

But George came into his own in 2018, when he began to tweet opposition towards Trump's policies and other aspects of his presidency - something that drew him ire from Trump supporters, especially because George is married to Kellyanne.

George Conway took a long, long road to get here.

In the 1980s, George's mother, a White House socialite, told him he should have a career in politics. She encouraged him to go to law school and become an attorney so he could help run the family business. But he didn't think becoming a lawyer was a good enough way to achieve his goals.

He wanted to be an actor and instead auditioned for The Cosby Show until his mother told him she would cut off his financial support if he didn't make good on his promise of becoming an attorney like her husband.

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In 1991, George graduated from Harvard Law School after two years of study. He took a job in the White House Counsel's Office under George H. W. Bush. In 1996, he landed a position in the Washington office of the prestigious New York City-based firm "Gibbons, Pachter & Tiegs," where he worked for two years before deciding to again pursue acting.

In 1999, George met an up-and-coming actor named Kellyanne, who was looking for a lawyer to help her with a divorce from her first husband. They eloped in 2001, shortly after George's mother died.

For the next eight years, George returned to New York City to pursue his acting career, while Kellyanne stayed behind in Washington, DC with their children. The couple came together again when George got a job at the prestigious law firm of "Conway & Clinton," where he worked for the next ten years.

In 2010, Kellyanne joined "Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney," a political consulting agency based in Alexandria, Virginia-- where she was asked to help run Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign. It was during that time that Kellyanne met Donald Trump's adviser Stephen K. Bannon.

It was in 2016 that Kellyanne received an offer she couldn't refuse to work for Trump's presidential campaign. George would follow his wife to her new job, serving as counsel on the transition team, before becoming one of President Trump's top advisors in the White House Counsel's office.

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While Kellyanne has become a lightning rod for Democrats, her husband has largely flown under the radar-- until now. George launched "The Daily Wire" (a conservative news publication) and in April 2018 tweeted about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's statement that there were no consequences for working with Russia. He said that if there were no consequences, then it wouldn't be collusion or conspiracy, but simply opposition research.

In June 2018, George tweeted "I'm leaving the WH. Trump is a disaster," in response to an article he wrote about his opposition to Trump's tariff policy.

George is a great man. He's a wonderful father, husband, and father-to-be. He's a great friend and I have loved being with him these many years," Conway said in a statement issued by his lawyer, Robert Traynham of Jones Day. "I wish him all the very best with his life."

Shortly after Conway's tweets from last week, he found himself on the front page of every newspaper in the country at the same time with President Trump calling for him to "go back to law school.

Conway, 52, is a partner at the prestigious Washington law firm "Jones Day," where he is one of the "Top 100 Women in Law."

On Monday evening, the same day Conway announced his separation from Kellyanne on Twitter, he was tweeting his feelings about President Trump's latest tariff policy.

President Trump is doing so well in the polls with respect to an economy that it is driving him crazy. Many of his most ardent supporters are not happy with how unfair they feel that fewer negotiators are coming back to me with large numbers. Please just take care of Tax reform and JOBS! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 18, 2018 .

George Conway Twitter founded his own firm, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz legal giant based out of New York City. Newsweek dubbed him “the man Wall Street calls when it needs to fix things” after he orchestrated mergers worth nearly $2 trillion dollars during the 1990s Internet boom.

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