Kellyanne Conway's husband weighs in on Trump

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He was reportedly a contender for the solicitor general job and since March has been said to be the top contender to lead the Department of Justice's civil division under Trump. This morning, she claimed the press were simply reading too much into Trump's Tweets, complaining to the Today Show that, "t$3 his obsession with covering everything he says on Twitter and very little of what of he does as president".

In subsequent tweets, Conway noted that he "VERY, VERY STRONGLY" supports Trump and his wife.

But her own husband, George Conway, tweeted Monday after her remarks, saying: "These tweets may make some ppl feel better, but they certainly won't help OSG get 5 votes in SCOTUS, which is what actually matters".

After Sunday's terror attack in London, the president took to the social media messaging service before dawn on Monday morning to announce that he wanted to return to his original travel ban barring citizens of seven Muslim majority nations from entering the U.S.

Monday afternoon, Conway sent a series of tweets clarifying his views.

The original order from January and a revised version have been caught up in the courts.

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On the other side of the political lawyers realm, Neal Katyal, the Hogan Lovells partner who is representing Hawaii in its challenge to the travel ban and argued against the Trump administration at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, was practically giddy over the tweets.

White House aides, facing a week focused on Thursday's testimony of former FBI Director James Comey, told reporters over the weekend that President Donald Trump would spend his time focusing on a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.

Conway said Trump is doing himself no favors with his tweets. The Justice Department has repeatedly tried to distance Trump's comments as President and during the campaign from its case looking to lift a legal ban against his executive order.

"Which is why I said what I said this morning", he continued.

Donald Trump's early morning Twitter tirades went worldwide Monday morning after POTUS called out London Mayor Sadiq Khan in a early A.M. tweet spree regarding the actions being implemented in the aftermath of London's terror attacks.

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