Other than Ivanka and her Jewish husband, and the Jew Stephen Miller, Kellyanne Conway was the longest serving person in Trump’s entourage.
She is departing exactly ten weeks before the election.
(Exactly ten weeks today, in fact.)
This isn’t really normal. At all. It’s normal to quit after a victory. It would be normal for her to have been fired three months ago if Trump wanted to try a new reelection strategy at the last minute. This fits with neither of those things.
President Trump’s longtime adviser Kellyanne Conway is stepping down from her role at the end of month.
Conway, whose daughter, Claudia, has sparked national attention this summer over her anti-Trump tweets, said she and her husband are taking time off to tend to their four children.
“We disagree about plenty,” Kellyanne said in a statement, referring to her husband, George Conway, the co-founder of the Lincoln Project, a Republican anti-Trump group.
“But we are united on what matters most: the kids,” Kellyanne said in her statement.
Kellyanne, who helped guide Trump to victory in 2016 as his third campaign manager, told the president of her decision Sunday night in the Oval Office, the Washington Post reported.
Before her departure, Kellyanne is slated to speak Wednesday at the 2020 Republican National Convention.
In her statement, Kellyanne said the decision to step down was hers and noted that all four of her children — both middle and high schoolers — will be learning remotely for at least the first few months of the upcoming academic year.
“As millions of parents nationwide know, kids ‘doing school from home’ requires a level of attention and vigilance that is as unusual as these times,” Kellyanne said.
“In time, I will announce future plans. For now, and for my beloved children, it will be less drama, more mama,” she wrote.
So is this good or bad?
Man, who knows?
Whatever is happening, I do not believe that she quit because of her kids. That makes no sense. She’s been working in the White House for four years, working on Trump’s campaign before that, she can wait ten more weeks.
If she’s fired because Trump wants to shake things up, maybe it’s good.
If she’s quitting because she wants time to flee the country before the Democrats take over, it’s probably bad.
The situation was always kind of weird with this woman, because her fat slob husband was a major public anti-Trump figure. So this bitch was going to work for Trump and then going home to sleep with the enemy.
I never especially liked or disliked her, but she never did anything especially horrible that I saw, and she once did a great thing of calling out a Jew at a press conference.
On the negative side, she only ever really looked comfortable in a room full of blacks.