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Kellyanne Conway Threatens to Go After Personal Life of Reporter Who Mentioned George Conway's Tweets in Story About Her

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 08: Kellyanne Conway, counselor to U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks to the press outside the West Wing of the White House January 8, 2019 in Washington, DC. Conway took questions on Trump’s scheduled address to the nation later this evening. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

After a disastrous press conference followed by a bumbling Fox News interview, Mick Mulvaney's position as President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff is more tenuous than ever.

The President is reportedly considering Presidential Counsellor and staunch Trump defender Kellyanne Conway to replace him.


Washington Examiner reporter Caitlin Yilek, while reporting the story, mentioned Conway's husband—Conservative lawyer George Conway—who frequently tweets criticisms of the President. Trump has attacked George Conway on Twitter as well, calling him a "stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!"

Kellyanne Conway took huge issue with Yilek describing her as having "been in the middle" of her husband's and her boss's biting critiques of each other.

She made her beef known when she called Yilek, criticizing her for mentioning George Conway before berating Yilek.

Listen below.

During the seven minute conversation, Conway sarcastically said Yilek was "really going places," before calling her a lazy reporter.

Conway accused Yilek of characterizing her feelings, to which Yilek responded, "I don’t know that that is characterizing your feelings to say you are put in the middle if your husband and your boss are attacking each other."

Conway later threatened to investigate Yilek's personal life:

"So, listen, if you’re going to cover my personal life, if you’re going to cover my personal life, then we’re welcome to do the same around here. If it has nothing to do with my job, which it doesn’t, that’s obvious, then we’re either going to expect you to cover everybody’s personal life or we’re going to start covering them over here."

Journalists on Twitter were buzzing about the exchange.

Neither Kellyanne or George Conway have yet to weigh in.

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