Kellyanne Conway’s teen daughter just announced to the world that her parents’ marriage is ‘failed’

Talk about an errant child

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Claudia Conway, the daughter of Kellyanne and George Conway, recently teamed up with a New York Times reporter to share her anti-Trump TikTok videos.

We reported on that earlier this week.

From the videos that she and the New York Times reporter shared, the 15-year-old girl seems like a handful, to say the least. Her father, infamous Trump-hater George Conway tweeted out a warning to journalists that he and his wife Kellyanne Conway do not consent to any communications between them and their minor children, including Claudia.

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After that tweet was published, his daughter Claudia tweeted a message from her apparent Twitter account (which has her name, all her social media, and over 100K followers) that her parents’ marriage is “failed.”

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“you’re just mad that i’m finally getting my voice heard. sorry your marriage failed ”

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In other tweets, Claudia claims that her parents are trying to get her to delete her social media. “Get her” to delete it? She’s 15 years old, delete it yourself, Mom or Dad. There is something clearly and deeply wrong inside this household and it goes beyond an unruly teen and an insecure, emasculated husband.

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