George Conway gives Trump’s 10,000th lie the reception it deserves


President Donald Trump surpassed 10,000 lies over the weekend not even two and half years since he took office in January 2017, and Kellyanne Conway’s husband George Conway marked the occasion on Monday with mockery and sarcasm.

The Washington Post’s fact-checker has kept a tally of Trump’s lies since day one, and just over the weekend alone, Trump told over 100 lies that brought the total to 10,111 lies.

It took President Trump 601 days to top 5,000 false and misleading claims in The Fact Checker’s database, an average of eight claims a day.

But on April 26, just 226 days later, the president crossed the 10,000 mark — an average of nearly 23 claims a day in this seven-month period, which included the many rallies he held before the midterm elections, the partial government shutdown over his promised border wall and the release of the special counsel’s report on Russian interference in the presidential election.

Trump’s Green Bay rally over the weekend put him over the top, including a wildly false claim that doctors and mothers debate whether to execute a baby after it has been born and swaddled.

On Monday morning, George Conway mocked Trump for achieving the dubious milestone and offered sarcastic praise.

This follows Trump’s repeated lies that he didn’t obstruct justice to sabotage the Russia investigation, even though the Mueller report lists ten instances of obstruction and witnesses can testify to confirm the findings.

George Conway has frequently mocked Trump over the last several months, referring to him as a clown whose mental health is a train wreck while calling him unfit for the office he holds “beyond a reasonable doubt.”

Kellyanne Conway really should start looking for a new job because her husband has way more credibility than she does at this point.

Unfortunately, she enabled many of those 10,000 lies.

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