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Trump’s aide disagrees with husband over president’s mental state

Trump’s aide disagrees with husband over president’s mental state

Trump has repeatedly denounced Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation as a baseless, partisan "witch hunt"-a view that George Conway doesn't share".

In his series of tweets, George shared excerpts from a book, "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders", as he suggested Trump has a narcissistic personality disorder, as well as an antisocial personality disorder.

In fact, Conway, in the early days of Trump's presidency, was offered a top job at the Justice Department as chief of the civil division - a post that would have put him in charge of defending the Trump administration in lawsuits throughout the country. He also announced last November why he made a decision to pull his name from consideration for a Trump DOJ post, as Newsweek reported: "Conway described the Trump administration as a "shitshow in a dumpster fire".

President Trump on Tuesday called George Conway, a prominent conservative lawyer and the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, "a total loser" after he questioned the president's mental health.

Trump aired grievances about special counsel Robert Mueller, "Saturday Night Live" and the late GOP Sen.

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Trump retweeted his 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale's rant against George Conway, which claimed the president turned down the attorney for a job he "desperately wanted". Parscale said. "Now he hurts his wife because he is jealous of her success". 'You just guaranteed that millions of more people are going to learn about narcissistic personality disorder and malignant narcissism! "POTUS doesn't even know him!"

The president's camp has largely avoided responding to George Conway until now, with Eric Trump one of the few to fire back.

"No, I don't share those concerns", she told reporters. And George Conway responded on Twitter, posting, "Needless to say, there's a huge difference between an isolated slip of the tongue and ceaseless, shameless, and witless prevarication on virtually all topics, large and small".

"He's just trying to get publicity for himself", Trump said when asked about the op-ed. "I really don't know the guy".