Donald Trump calls George Conway the 'husband from hell'

"The View" co-hosts discuss the public dispute between Kellyanne Conway's husband and the president.
4:35 | 03/20/19

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Transcript for Donald Trump calls George Conway the 'husband from hell'
So, you-know-who also had time to lash out at the continuing attacks from George Conway, calling him Mr. Kellyanne Conway, like that's an insult, claiming that he didn't get a job at the white house and that he's, quote, a stone cold loser and husband from hell. Kind of sounds like him, talking about himself. I see that kellyanne has been very solid about this but I suggested that this should be the new cartoon network show called "The conways". That's giving too much credit to cartoons. It makes sense that he would -- trump would get in the middle of this because he likes to separate families, if you noticed, at the border at the wherever else he can do it. Here's the weird thing though. George Conway said the tweeting is just a way to get it out of the way and move on with my life that day, frankly, so I don't end up screaming at her about it. So instead of going behind closed doors when you get home at night and hashing it out which I would far prefer, then you go in front of the entire world and tweet out things about your wife and about her job. So he hasn't yelled at home for the last two years? One of the couples that are very different, Mary matalin and James Carville, I worked with them at CNN, she's a Republican and he's a Democrat. They have said this their basic philosophical trusts are very different and they do not talk about politics at home. That's why he tweets. Perhaps that's why he tweets. Maybe they really don't talk about this stuff at home because how could they if they are so opposed but what I do find strange is that he attacks her employer. That's not politics to me. They have four children and some day their kids are going to grow up and read all this stuff on the internet and be like, how weird were my parents, they were tweeting about each other publicly. I feel bad for their kids. I also think that they just have a really bizarre relationship and I've said it on this show before, I couldn't be married to someone who was publicly slandering my job and my life every day. Boss. And my boss every day. When the carvilles were together we didn't have this crazy person in the white house. They had like a fairly normal Republican party and a fairly normal -- Didn't have all this way where everything is public, everything is outside. That's true too. Everything is there for you to see. So maybe, you know -- this is just me and remember, I didn't stay married long so you don't want to listen to what I have to say, but maybe y'all need to get some therapy. Yeah. Because I don't think -- Where do you begin? Well, I don't know. But I don't think airing your stuff every day publicly is a good idea because it's not working out and it's also more distraction. That's why he's in the middle of Is it possible, just throwing this out there, that perhaps she agrees with some of -- it's one theory I'm hearing. She is partly responsible for putting trump in the white house and I don't know, this is just a theory -- He's proud of her for that he He says he's proud of her but he's tweeting things like trump's mental condition is getting worse. He's saying, you can't assume that the things trump is saying are part of a rational plan. They're a product of his pathologies. He also said that -- What does he do? He's a lawyer. He's obviously not an MD. But he's not a shrink, so this is more opinion. It's all opinion. It's all opinion, and so, I don't know, George. Even a shrink wouldn't diagnose -- On Twitter. He probably shouldn't be doing it. He probably shouldn't be. But why doesn't she then stop him? Because he's an adult and she's an adult and now it's time for everybody to act like one. I would to know -- He's not Mr. Kellyanne that's the truth. If he was Mr. Kellyanne Conway, she could stop him from doing this. Why doesn't she say this is my boss, like, stop it. I want to know if this has been worth it for them, working in the white house for president trump during possibly only a four-year term, was it worth it to rip your family apart for this. Because it wouldn't be for me. It's a very good question and it's one that I bet a lot of folks who are in there are asking themselves, you know.

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