Monday morning The Washington Post marked a milestone for the Trump administration, or more specifically President Donald Trump. And George Conway, husband of Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway made certain to congratulate him on Twitter.
It began with a tweet by The Washington Post stating:
"The Post's Fact Checker database has been updated with President Trump's weekend remarks. He has surpassed 10,000 false claims during his presidency."
The Post's Fact Checker database has been updated with President Trump's weekend remarks. He has surpassed 10,000 f… https://t.co/xUREy7AONS— The Washington Post (@The Washington Post)1556533813.0
The Post is one of several organizations that tracks lies and false claims made by the President.
In response to their tweet, George Conway—husband of the woman who coined the phrase "alternative facts" to describe her boss' obfuscations—posted:
"Congrats, #DerangedDonald!! An amazing accomplishment!! No one but you could have achieved this. Not just the number. Covering all topics, never shying from even the most brazen, disprovable lies, you’ve even managed to tell multiple lies on same subject, lying even about lying!!"
Congrats, #DerangedDonald!! An amazing accomplishment!! No one but you could have achieved this. Not just the numbe… https://t.co/KwyxbYRQ0Z— George Conway (@George Conway)1556535817.0
"Please [retweet] this story so that all Americans can celebrate this historic milestone and give credit to our unsurpassable president!! #MAGA #DerangedDonald"
Please RT this story so that all Americans can celebrate this historic milestone and give credit to our unsurpassab… https://t.co/8OzSrjU3Jc— George Conway (@George Conway)1556535940.0
People appreciated the heads up from Conway.
@gtconway3d You’d think the American people would get a free sub 🥪 after 10,000 lies.— Molly Jong-Fast (@Molly Jong-Fast)1556540309.0
@MollyJongFast @gtconway3d ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ https://t.co/s5WaV3v7mr— Shawn in Arizona 🌵 (@Shawn in Arizona 🌵)1556541326.0
@gtconway3d Now he can truthfully claim to have done something better than all other presidents.— Michael Rossi (@Michael Rossi)1556542249.0
@gtconway3d He even lies about things that are verifiable-like where his father was born. I don’t think he is capab… https://t.co/VfJi78Qcb9— Bandmom1977 (@Bandmom1977)1556538881.0
@gtconway3d Shouldn’t there be some sort of reward for this high honor? Like golden handcuffs and a padded cell?— Brian Ross (@Brian Ross)1556543937.0
@gtconway3d @Bevfriesen1 https://t.co/aS3KN7TFRr— Amy Joy (@Amy Joy)1556554434.0
Although many raised issues with Conway himself.
People pointed out George's wife Kellyanne "alternative facts" Conway also contributed to lies from the Trump administration.
@gtconway3d I like George’s posts, but also believe there must be something seriously wrong with a man who can be m… https://t.co/HRGJzEVx2B— Leah Catherine (@Leah Catherine)1556554013.0
@gtconway3d I don’t know. That Kellyanne Conway person who consults for him comes awfully close....— Naegleria: The GOP is as corrupt as Trump. (@Naegleria: The GOP is as corrupt as Trump.)1556538835.0
@gtconway3d Shorter @gtconway3d: "For every 1 time trump lies, my wife. @KellyannePolls, goes on tv and twitter and… https://t.co/ctaXYFW16y— Rabid Badger (@Rabid Badger)1556553405.0
@gtconway3d Kellyanne don't see this? I really don't get it. It's our country were talking about.— mary perez (@mary perez)1556553187.0
George Conway was not alone in drawing attention to the latest accomplishment of President Trump. Although not all were as congratulatory.
BREAKING: Trump told the 10,000th lie of his failed presidency this weekend. Another 10,000 reasons why he shouldn’t be president anymore.— Scott Dworkin (@Scott Dworkin)1556543923.0
601 days to get to 5,000 "false and misleading claims" (8 per day). Then only 226 days later he's at 10,000 (23 pe… https://t.co/xHJlpFXkVA— Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@Rachel Maddow MSNBC)1556541037.0
Donald Trump has now told more than 10,000 lies in office. Congratulations America! https://t.co/99QK1jO0eu— Keith Boykin (@Keith Boykin)1556534410.0
Following a weekend of presidential speeches, tweets & loose remarks, the Washington Post's fact-checkers have work… https://t.co/jFdpBKp0zM— John Simpson (@John Simpson)1556551413.0
If you told one lie a day from the moment you were born, you'd hit 10,000 lies when you were 27 years old. https://t.co/8Wjl0lK8ON— Philip Bump (@Philip Bump)1556538378.0
Many noted the recent rapid acceleration of lying, from 8 per day to 23. While theories abound, only President Donald Trump knows for certain why he has such a difficult relationship with the truth.