Kellyanne Conway pressed on her husband's anti-Trump tweets: 'Some people' think he's cyberbullying me

Kellyanne Conway pressed on her husband's anti-Trump tweets: 'Some people' think he's cyberbullying me
CNN

During her morning appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway was confronted by host Chris Wallace about her husband, attorney George Conway, and his tweets attacking her boss Donald Trump on an almost daily basis.


According to Wallace, after it was announced she would be a guest on his show, the questions most viewers wanted her asked was about her husband’s distaste for Trump — while Wallace admitting he wasn’t comfortable asking.

“Why is your husband attacking your boss? ” Wallace bluntly stated.

“Well, you can ask my husband,’ Conway immediately replied before adding it “doesn’t affect my job.”

“C’mon, you’ve obviously thought about this,” Wallace pressed. “Is your husband cyberbullying you to try to get you to quit? Do you think he’s jealous of your high profile?”

“Some people think that and that, they certainly do. My line of protection in this world is, and will always be, my four children,” she replied in an odd segue away from talking about her husband.

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