George Conway. Trump administration ‘like a show in a dumpster’.

George Conway. Trump administration ‘like a show in a dumpster’.

WASHINGTON – George Conway III, husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, says the Republican Party has become a “cult of personality” under President Trump and he will “move to Australia” rather than vote again president.

“I think the Republican Party has become a cult of personality,” Conway said in an exclusive interview with the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.” “

When asked if he thought the president had fully stabilized, Conway replied. “No comment”.

Conway’s comments come days after spearheading the creation of a new legal group called Checks and Balances, which was created to give conservative lawyers a platform to fight what he sees as Trump’s violation of the “eternal”. principles” and constitutional norms.

He gave a prime example: Trump’s recent tweet criticizing then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions “before the midterm elections” with corruption charges against two “very popular” Republican lawmakers — Duncan-Hunter and Collins sued.

Two long-running investigations into two very popular Republican lawmakers during the Obama era were brought by Jeff Sessions’ Justice Department into a well-publicized charge ahead of the midterm elections. Two easy wins are now in doubt as there is not enough time. Well done Jeff…  

The idea that the president would comment on legal prosecution in such crude political terms stunned Conway. “I was shocked,” he said. “It’s appalling. We’re talking about a man sworn to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the United States, and it’s very disturbing to criticize the attorney general for allowing justice to be done regardless of party.”

Given that Conway’s wife is a high-ranking White House official and the president’s most vocal defender on cable, Conway has become a topic of public attention over the past year by appearing on Twitter and in newspaper op-eds as a persistent critic of Trump .

When asked how his wife would react to him publicly attacking her boss, Conway replied. “I don’t think she likes that. But I’ve told her that I don’t like the government, so it’s even.”

“If I had five cents for everyone in Washington, if they disagreed with their spouses on what’s going on in the city, I wouldn’t be on this podcast,” he added. “I might be on a beach somewhere. And the truth is, when it comes to things we don’t agree on, we agree on most policy issues. … So that’s something we don’t really agree on .”

“Look, my wife did an amazing thing,” he said. “She basically got this guy elected. She steadied the boat. … She took over that campaign and he was in a tough spot.” As for Trump himself, Conway said, “My take Yes, he’s a lesser evil than Clinton.” Conway hesitated when asked if he still thought so. “I don’t know. I don’t know,” he said. “If faced with a choice again, I might move to Australia.”

Conway, a star litigator at a New York law firm, was given the senior job of director of the Justice Department’s civil division early in Trump’s presidency — a position that would put him in charge of defending the government in lawsuits across the country.

But in June last year, he withdrew, saying only that “this is not the right time to leave the private sector”. (He also added at the time: “Kelian and I will continue to support the President and his administration, and I look forward to supporting them in any way outside of the administration.”)

In fact, as Conway revealed in the “Sky Secret” interview, he already has ample doubts about the president’s relationship with the Justice Department — and the state of the administration.

“I was filling out financial forms and it was like — I forgot what time of year it was, it was like late April — dude, I was thinking. Like a s**** show in the trash. And I thought, ‘I don’t want to do this. I don’t know’.

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