The conservative attorney, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, responded with a withering post to a story in The New York Times reporting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un had supervised the testing of a new tactical guided weapon.
kju writes big beautiful letters saying nice things about our president so it’s all okay everyone can feel much safer there is no longer a nuclear threat check out those oceanfront lots on the sea of japan wouldn’t that be a great place for a trump hotel no collusion maga https://t.co/1GBM4tZGsG— George Conway (@gtconway3d) April 17, 2019
Trump has twice met with Kim in a bid to curb North Korea’s missile program.
However, their February summit in Vietnam ended abruptly without a nuclear deal.
Conway, who has become a prominent critic of his wife’s boss, last month accused Trump of being “incompetent” and “simply inept” following his unexpected reversal of day-old North Korea-linked sanctions:
Of course, as usual, Trump is incompetent. His tweet referred to sanctions that had been previously “announced.” But it turns out, he was referring to sanctions that had yet to be announced. He confused everyone.— George Conway (@gtconway3d) March 23, 2019
Apart from his mental instability, he is simply inept.
But the real story here is, again, pathological narcissism. Why did Trump waive the sanctions? Not to further the national interests of the United States—no informed person could think that. No, it’s that he “likes” KJU, says the WH. He “likes” this butcher. He “likes” this ...— George Conway (@gtconway3d) March 23, 2019
man who murders with anti-aircraft batteries, because he writes big, beautiful—and most importantly, flattering—letters that play to Trump’s ego.— George Conway (@gtconway3d) March 23, 2019
Narcissism. Narcissistic whim, trumping the presidential oath, and trumping the national security interests of our country.
In our lifetimes there has never been a president who has been so singularly unfit for the presidency, or indeed any public office. That’s remarkable enough—but what’s even more remarkable is that *almost every day* Trump does something new to drive home the point.— George Conway (@gtconway3d) March 23, 2019
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.