George Conway adds ‘windmill cancer survivor’ to Twitter profile

George Conway is both a frequent critic of President Donald Trump and the husband of his top counselor, Kellyanne Conway.

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The conservative attorney has often used his Twitter account to rib the president. But his recent jab didn’t come in the form of a tweet, retweet or comment.

Instead, George Conway Conway changed his social media biography to include “windmill cancer survivor.”

The change to his Twitter profile came days after an unsubstantiated claim during a Trump speech.

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Addressing the National Republican Congressional Committee last week, the president railed against efforts to procure wind energy.

“If you have a windmill anywhere near your house, congratulations,” he said. “Your house just went down 75 percent in value.”

Trump then ventured into the realm of medical conspiracy theories.

“And they say the noise causes cancer,” he said, mimicking the sound he believes wind turbines make.

His assertion was roundly rebuked across the political spectrum.

Conway’s Twitter rivalry with Trump is at two-way affair. As Scope News reported, the president has retweeted his 2020 reelection campaign manager’s take.

Brad Parscale wrote that George Conway “hurts his wife because he is jealous of her success.”

Trump piled on, describing his counselor’s husband as a “total loser!”

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