POLITICS 01/15/2019 04:29 am ET The husband of top White House aide Kellyanne Conway continues to attack Trump on Twitter. By Lee Moran George Conway, the husband of top White House aide Kellyanne Conway, continued to bash President Donald Trump on Twitter Monday. The conservative attorney tweeted: And also a disgrace that nothing he says—not even his denial of something as extraordinary as this—can be taken at face value. https://t.co/wKMNXeuhW9— George Conway (@gtconway3d) January 14, 2019 Conway was responding to former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s tweet: It’s a disgrace that the President acts in a way to necessitate that question. https://t.co/xd2DjHdZm2— Preet Bharara (@PreetBharara) January 14, 2019 In recent months, Conway has become an outspoken and vocal critic of the Trump administration that his wife so often defends on television. He also retweeted a slew of posts that were critical of Trump: Trump says many … [Read more...] about George Conway Finds Yet Another Way To Call Out Donald Trump’s Lies
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George Conway, Kellyanne Conway’s husband, blasted President Donald Trump yet again on Friday for making “governing impossible” due to his “incompetence” and “pathological narcissism.” Conway was responding to Byron York’s tweet about the “weirdness of the government shutdown.”“The supreme weirdness of this partial shutdown. Look at Trump proposal. Replacing aging fence, enforcement, agents, beds, medical, high-tech drug detection. A package that, absent Trump, majority would support,” York tweeted. Conway said it was “not weird at all.” “Trump is a master at alienating people he ought to be trying to, and should be able to, persuade. And that’s because he can’t make a coherent argument. He’s incompetent,” Conway replied. “That incompetence, along with his ingrained, pathological narcissism, leaves us with a president who does little more than spout nonsense and lies, … [Read more...] about George Conway: ‘Governing Impossible’ Because of Trump’s ‘Incompetence,’ ‘Pathological Narcissism’
POLITICS 01/12/2019 02:47 am ET Kellyanne Conway's husband called out Trump's "ingrained, pathological narcissism." By Lee Moran To be a fly on the wall in the Conway household. George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, on Friday launched yet another tweeted attack against President Donald Trump. This time, the conservative attorney took aim at his wife’s boss over the ongoing partial government shutdown caused by Trump’s refused demands for billions of dollars to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. In one tweet, Conway said Trump “is a master at alienating people he ought to be trying to, and should be able to, persuade.” Not weird at all. Trump is a master at alienating people he ought to be trying to, and should be able to, persuade. And that’s because he can’t make a coherent argument. He’s incompetent. https://t.co/6UVhozshzM— George Conway (@gtconway3d) January 11, 2019 In a second … [Read more...] about George Conway Tears Into Donald Trump: ‘Does Little More Than Spout Nonsense And Lies’
People with a strong, healthy sense of self-worth are more likely to support democratic norms than those with low self-esteem, but individuals with a narcissistic self-view are less likely to do so, according to a study published recently in the British Journal of Social Psychology. The study also found that narcissists tend to believe that countries would be better off if run by strong leaders or the military. These provocative findings add to a growing number of studies that have shown that basic personality traits can help predict people’s political stances, including their views of how societies should be organized. “For the functioning of democracy, it seems useful to foster positive feelings of self-worth, but if those become narcissistic, they can threaten the democratic process,” the study concludes. The research was conducted in the United States and in Poland, and was led by Aleksandra Cichocka, a political psychologist at the University of Kent in … [Read more...] about Narcissists are less supportive of democratic norms, study finds
NARCISSISTS are perceived to be vain and obsessed with what they see in mirror but underneath the mask, they can be vulnerable and fragile. Here's everything you need to know about narcissistic personality disorder - including symptoms and treatment. What is narcissistic personality disorder? The condition is one of seven types of personality disorders and is named after Narcissus from Greek mythology, who fell in love with his own reflection. It results in the sufferer being obsessed with the fantasy of unlimited success, power, brilliance and ideal love and beauty and have an inflated sense of their importance coupled with a deep need for excessive attention. But behind the confidence, sufferers can be extremely vulnerable to slightest criticism and have low self-esteem, the Mayo Clinic reports. The disorder can also cause problems in many areas of life - including work, relationships and financial affairs. People with narcissistic personality disorder may be generally … [Read more...] about Narcissist meaning – what is narcissistic personality disorder, what are the traits and is there a narcissism test?