George Conway spotted an analogy made by Philip Bump, a national correspondent for The Washington Post, that considered how Trump’s remarks about his staff would sound coming from a CEO about his business’ employees. The president recently called former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman a “crazed, crying lowlife” and a “dog.”
George Conway took the analogy a step further, pointing out the problems a business would have if its CEO consistently lied, attacked its partners and got cozy with “a dangerous competitor” ― a clear nod to Trump’s interactions with Russian president Vladimir Putin.
George Conway’s response almost immediately went viral.
This isn't the first time George Conway has gone rogue and veered off-course from the presumed political beliefs of his wife, who is the chief counselor to the president.
Earlier this year, the high-profile attorney questioned claims made by Trump’s legal team that the president hadn’t violated campaign finance laws with his payment of $130,000 to Stephanie Clifford to silence an alleged encounter between the adult film star and the president.