The councilor of U.S. President, Kellyanne Conway has announced her resignation from her post. She leaves the White House for focusing on their children, saying, “For now, it will be less drama, more Mama.”
One of the longest-serving subordinates joining the campaign is the first woman to bid victory for Trump in the election. After this, she became the most visible defender for Trump.
“The past four years have allowed me blessings beyond compare,” she stated while leaving.
Her husband, George T. Conway III, is a lawyer and an outspoken lawyer who also step backs from his role. He worked at the Lincoln Project. He might also take a break from Twitter, which he used to attack the president. Replying to the criticism, from George, Trump said, “Stone cold LOSER and a husband from hell.”
The kids started their teens and tweens life, started their middle school and high school, and needed some attention to become successful in life.
Regarding the job, her daughter tweeted, “My mother’s job ruined my life, to begin-with. Heartbreaking that she continues to go down that path after years of watching her children suffer. Selfish. It’s all about money and fame, ladies and gentlemen.” Being a TikTok influencer, she later tweeted she’ll take a break from social media, as for the mental health, saying, “this is becoming way too much.”
my mother’s job ruined my life to begin with. heartbreaking that she continues to go down that path after years of watching her children suffer. selfish. it’s all about money and fame, ladies and gentlemen.
— CLAUDIA CONWAY (@claudiamconwayy) August 23, 2022
Both of them decided to take a break from experiencing these things, where Mrs. Conway is leaving her job, and Mr. Conway pulling back from his position. They have chosen this for their four children (Claudia and George IV, Charlotte, and Vanessa). “We disagree about plenty, but we unite on what matters most: ‘The kids’,” said Kellyanne.
The issue of Kellyanne Conway can serve as an example of how a healthy family can be torn apart from the political friction.