President Trump on Wednesday ratcheted up the Twitter feud with George Conway, the hubby of his leading aide Kellyanne Conway, in a scathing attack in which he calls the popular conservative lawyer “a stone cold LOSER & partner from hell!”

The president’s newest tweet, in which he accuses Conway of being “VERY envious” of his spouse, comes after Conway fired off a series of tweets Monday early morning questioning the president’s mental physical fitness after his weekend tweetstorm.

Trump formerly slammed Conway as a “total loser” in his first action to Conway, while retweeting his project manager, Brad Parscale, who recycled a condescending nickname President Trump has actually used, calling George Conway “Mr. Kellyanne Conway” and asserting that “he hurts his partner due to the fact that he is jealous of her success.”

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George Conway released a quick response on Tuesday on Twitter, sarcastically congratulating the president for effectively drawing more attention to his initial tweets in which he contemplates numerous mental illness that Conway argues might be applied, zeroing in on “egotistical personality condition.”

After the president’s most current tweet on Wednesday, Conway fasted to provide another sarcastic action to the president, welcoming his continued engagement on the problem as proof of his point, saying “You seem determined to show my point. Great for you!”

“You. Are. Nuts.” Conway included a 2nd tweet.

Kellyanne Conway, therapist to the president, was asked Monday about her spouse’s tweet and said she does not share his views.

“I do not share those concerns and I have 4 kids, and I was leaving house this morning and was talking with the president about substance so I may not depend on speed on all of them,” she stated when asked whether she shares the issues her hubby has actually voiced.

In an unassociated exchange on Monday, in which Conway was resolving the New Zealand massacre, Conway urged people who are not experts to stop commenting as if they were.

“By the way, folks, if you’re not a professional on this, stop weighing in like you are,” she said in an interview on Fox and Friends. “We don’t require to hear your viewpoint on each and every single thing.”

The president has formerly said “I actually don’t know the person.”

However Conway had been up for a leading Justice Department job leading the civil department in the early months of the Trump administration, before eventually withdrawing himself from consideration in June 2017, citing family concerns.

While Conway has actually just recently ratcheted up his tweets in expressing his concerns about the president’s psychological fitness, he has actually long used the social networks platform to tweet seriously about the president, even as his wife fills a top task in the White House and is among the president’s most ardent public protectors.

Just last week, Conway took to Twitter to call the president a “phony” and “pathological,” raising the concern of impeachment and requiring a “severe questions … about this man’s condition of mind,” and questioning: “Is it possible to count? At any level of federal government in this nation, in any party, have we ever seen anything like this? It’s beyond politics. It’s nuts. It’s a condition.”

In an interview with the Washington Post Tuesday, George Conway challenged the idea that the president hardly understands him and kept in mind that he’s had a variety of significant interactions with the president throughout a decade, consisting of on legal matters.

In the interview, he defended his fondness for tweeting about the president as a way to avoid letting his disappointments spill into his marital relationship.

“The tweeting is simply the method to get it out of the way, so I can get it off my chest and carry on with my life that day. That’s generally it. Honestly, it’s so I do not wind up screaming at her about it,” Conway told the Post.

George Conway decreased to comment on the state of his marriage, besides to state that he wishes his spouse didn’t work in the White Home, though he said he takes pride in her.

“No one was prouder than I was that she had the ability to elect this man president in spite of his apparent flaws,” he said of his spouse, firmly insisting that he is not jealous.

However he likewise took some credit for her present success.

“I made it possible for her to be where she is today. So there’s that. It’s not about jealousy. It has to do with reality. Who this man is, and whether he’s suitable for public office. Which, as I have actually said, he isn’t,” Conway stated.

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