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George Conway: ‘Extremely Difficult’ To Not Conclude Trump ‘Started a War Because He Was Impeached’

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George Conway: ‘Extremely Difficult’ To Not Conclude Trump ‘Started a War Because He Was Impeached’




George Conway late Tuesday night tweeted that it is hard to escape the conclusion that President Donald Trump “started a war because he was impeached.”

Shortly after news broke that Iran had fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops, Conway — husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway — tweeted, “It’s extremely difficult now to escape the conclusion that @realDonaldTrump started a war because he was impeached.”

“I’d be perfectly happy to be wrong about this, but the evidence is hard to ignore,” Conway continued. “He let all sorts of transgressions by the Iranians go previously, and is perfectly happy to kowtow to evil foreign leaders (KJU, Putin), but suddenly, he chooses the option that the military thought too extreme to actually select, and then threatens to commit war crimes.”



“What’s different now?” Conway asked before tweeting a copy of the House’s impeachment articles against President Trump.

“He’s a narcissistic sociopath. He cares only about himself, and not about the country. He’s desperate. And evil,” Conway added.

“And that he said ten times Obama would start a war with Iran to get re-elected tells you that that was something he thought a president would do,” Conway noted. “And now that Trump’s president, it is. Pure projection—falsely accusing someone of possibly doing something he would do.”








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