A sneak peek of Kellyanne Conway's new memoir was revealed Thursday, and the veteran pollster did not shy away from discussing her public marital woes.
The former 2016 campaign manager and senior counselor to President Donald Trump wrote: "[George Conway's] daily deluge of insults-by-tweet against my boss — or, as he put it sometimes, 'the people in the White House' — violated our marriage vows to 'love, honor, and cherish' each other."
She added that, by no means, did she and her husband have to agree, however. "'Whoop-de-do, George!' I said to him. 'You are one of millions of people who don't like the president. Congrats.' The usual silence," Kellyanne Conway said in the excerpt obtained by People.
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"I continued: 'But you are one of one whose wife is counselor to the president. You shouldn't criticize me publicly. And when did you become so mean? That is so not you.'"
According to the book, the tweet storm began when Kellyanne and their children were living in Washington, D.C., and George Conway was spending most of his time alone in their New Jersey home.
"Clearly he was cheating by tweeting. I was having a hard time competing with his new fling," she wrote.
Kellyanne Conway noted that she kept her personal life and career aspirations separate, but "it seemed the flood of reaction and attention he was receiving was magnetic and irresistible" to her husband.
Struggling with her husband's public poison-tongued remarks about her boss, Kellyanne Conway found support within the White House. She writes that both Ivanka Trump and Melania Trump were insightful and helpful, with the former even providing her with contacts for couples therapy, although they never went, which she faults George Conway with.
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"If it was important to him, he would have made it happen," said Kellyanne Conway.
Conway's book, Here's the Deal: A Memoir, will be released Tuesday.