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Kellyanne Conway’s husband George takes to Twitter to blast Trump’s travel-ban tweets

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         Kellyanne Conway’s husband George takes to Twitter to blast Trump’s travel-ban tweets

President Donald Trump’s tweetstorm Monday about his travel-ban executive order has an unlikely opponent: Kellyanne Conway’s husband.

Trump took to Twitter on Monday morning to tweet about how an executive order earlier this year that suspended travel to the U.S. from six predominantly Muslim countries was, in fact, “a TRAVEL BAN.”

He followed that tweet up with more posts to state that revisions to the travel ban are “watered down” and “politically correct.”

Trump was still at it Monday night, saying “That’s right, we need a TRAVEL BAN”:

Read: President slams Justice Department over ‘watered down’ travel ban

Read: Kellyanne Conway plans to play hostess at new $7.8 million D.C. home

But George Conway, husband of presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway, doesn’t appear to agree. In a tweet posted to George Conway’s account, which was verified by the Washington Post, he said that while Trump supporters may be pleased by Trump’s tweets, the tweets could make it harder for him to get five votes from the U.S. Supreme Court.

George Conway last week said he was removing himself from consideration for a Justice Department job. It was earlier reported that Trump was expected to nominate him to run the department’s civil division. Conway noted that he does still support Trump.

Kellyanne Conway, meanwhile, was suggesting the world needs to stop focusing so intently on what Trump is tweeting:

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