George Conway is a well-respected conservative attorney and he is married to Donald Trump’s number two mouthpiece, Kellyanne Conway. And George gets in the news from time to time by criticizing Trump.
Conway is one of the founders of Checks and Balances, a group of conservative and libertarian lawyers who are critical of Trump’s approach on legal and political institutions.
Yesterday, he said that under Trump, the US is becoming a banana republic because Trump has no respect for the rule of law (https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/08/politics/george-conway-rule-of-law-trump/index.htm).
As soon as associate solitary reporter Lewis Thompson saw that on CNN, he immediately treated himself to three super-ripe bananas. Thompson is the Moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association, and Unitarians do not adhere to the Trinity, but Thompson consumed the three bananas with relish in acknowldgement of the many ties which Unitarian Universalists have with Christian denominations.
At a recent conference at Georgetown, Conway pointed out that Trump criticized his then-Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, for allowing Congressmen who supported him to be indicted for federal crimes. “If people were to get indicted or not indicted on the basis of whether the President likes them, we wouldn’t have a republic, we’d have a banana republic,” he said.
Associate solitary reporter Johanna Jones was with Trump when Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney rushed in to tell him what George Conway had said. Immediately, Trump confronted Kellyanne Conway and told her, “Kellyanne, either you divorce George or clean out your desk and get out of here.”
But Kellyanne curtseyed and vowed eternal subservience to her boss, saying, “Sir, this is Women’s Month, so you can’t tell me what to do. I’m staying with George, especially since if you were to fire me, I would have no income, but George is a super-lawyer with a big New York law firm."