Parscale appeared to suggest on Twitter that the conservative attorney, whose wife Kellyanne Conway is one of Trump’s top White House aides, was a terrible spouse:
Think how bad of a husband you have to be to act this way. https://t.co/JfeVtjFwgN— Brad Parscale (@parscale) January 17, 2019
Parscale’s post was in response to Conway calling Trump “a laughingstock” after Burger King mocked the president for his strange “hamberders” typo. But Parscale didn’t receive the kind of response he was likely hoping for:
Think how little sense of irony you have to have to write this tweet.— I am The Storm No Puppet You’re The Puppet 🌊🌊 (@RealPersister) January 17, 2019
A good husband who tells the truth— Existential Bunny (@hunnybun100) January 17, 2019
Which of Donald's affairs is this in reference to bb?— Brendan Roberts (@brobertslaw) January 17, 2019
Ask this woman about bad husbands, I think she wrote a book about it. pic.twitter.com/6RAKr2YN3J— April Snow (@april_s22) January 17, 2019
To act in an independent, reasonable, morally correct way?— Daniel dePlantagenet (@dePlantagenet) January 17, 2019
Yeah, just imagine!
Imagine how bad of a human being you have to be to manage Donald Trump's campaign.— Keith Riedell (@kariedell) January 17, 2019
Think how bad of a husband Trump is to act the way he does... #BeBest— ImperfectProduct (@ImperfProduct) January 17, 2019
Think of how bad a person you have to be to work for this President.— Um, no. (@exskinsflunkie) January 17, 2019
Think you should've thought twice before jumping in, this George guy is really good at this— Mary Anne O'Dwyer Korin☘ (@mairkor) January 17, 2019
Trump’s son, Eric Trump, tried to similarly attack Conway last month. That also did not go over well.
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