Kellyanne Conway tweeted, “Sleepy Joe is Creepy Joe. We need Ukraine’s help to defeat THIS guy?” including a video of former Vice President Joe Biden describing interactions he had with kids when he used to be a lifeguard.
The impeachment inquiry is seeking whether Trump sought a quid pro quo by withholding military assistance to Ukraine and dangling a White House meeting between the two country’s presidents over the announcement of investigations into Biden, one of Trump’s 2020 rivals, and his son Hunter.
George Conway’s response? “Your boss apparently thought so,” directly responding to his wife by quote-tweeting her post.
In a post Monday afternoon, George Conway replied pointedly to a video shared by his wife, Trump’s senior counselor, of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
THE FACTUAL gives this story only a 75 percent credibility rating because it is opinionated. If a story is based on fact and truth but is opinionated, does that diminish the credibility any?
According to the Washington Post, President Trump has made 13,435 false or misleading claims over 993 days… if what the Post reports is accurate, how can anything Trump says be taken with any degree of credibility?
And what does it say about Trump Voters and Supporters who do take Trump at his word?
If Trump said that the sun was shining outside, I would pull my curtains and check before I believed him.