CNN contributor Ana Navarro criticized Eric Trump for weighing in on George Conway’s attacks against his father, countering with claims that the President “cheated on every one of this three wives.”
George, the husband to his more well-known wife, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, has raised the ire of the younger Trump through constant attacks on President Trump.
The most recent being an accusation, without evidence, that the man his wife works for had engaged in witness tampering.
It was a silly allegation with little evidence based on a tweet, but it lit a fire under Eric who fired off this response …
Of all the ugliness in politics, the utter disrespect George Conway shows toward his wife, her career, place of work, and everything she has fought SO hard to achieve, might top them all. @KellyannePolls is great person and frankly his actions are horrible.
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) December 4, 2018
Navarro, who CNN at one time tried to claim was their resident Republican contributor, fired back.
Navarro Slams Trump For Cheating On His Wives
Navarro somehow confused professional respect, which is what Eric was referring to, with personal lives, interjecting her take on President Trump’s marriage.
“First of all, you know, there are some issues that maybe Eric Trump wants to sit out,” Navarro claimed.
“If your father is Donald Trump, who cheated on every one of his three wives, including your mom, who cheated on his current wife with a Playboy bunny and cheated on the Playboy bunny with a stripper, maybe, just maybe talking about husbands being disrespectful to wives is not the alley, is not the one that you should be taking on.”
“If your father is Donald Trump, who cheated on every one of this three wives, including your mom…maybe talking about husbands being disrespectful to wives is not the alley…you should be taking on” @AnaNavarro on Eric Trump’s critique of George Conway https://t.co/E5AdjUlKfm pic.twitter.com/mvlFF0wbMX
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) December 4, 2018
Attacking someone over their parents’ marital issues seems minorly disgraceful. We wonder if Navarro would have used the same line of attack against … say … a Chelsea Clinton?
She Wouldn’t Use the Same Line of Attack Against Chelsea Clinton
How do we know Navarro wouldn’t go after Chelsea in this manner? Because she’s already cemented her status as a world-class hypocrite when it comes to criticizing people over marital affairs.
Here she is just months ago fawning over former President Bill Clinton, a man perhaps owning the crown for worst serial sexual deviant ever to occupy the White House. A man who literally stained the White House with his infidelity. A man who has been accused of rape and sexual assault. A man who was impeached for lying about his extramarital affairs.
You never know who you’ll run into in FL. Sometimes, it’s gators. Sometimes, it’s Presidents. PS- we’re not in Trump golf course. Hell no. pic.twitter.com/W9UHxg7WzY
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) June 23, 2017
Ran into a real-life POTUS who didn’t try to get me fired for criticizing him, speaks coherent thoughts in complete sentences & knows policy pic.twitter.com/yh5NNVMDoG
— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) June 23, 2017
See, that guy’s sexual misconduct does not take away from his being an honorable man in the simple mind of Navarro. But Trump’s multiple marriages are the death blow for his character.
Navarro Has a Rich History of Being a Hypocrite
Navarro, aside from lying by portraying a Republican voice on CNN, has plenty in her background that makes her a reprehensible excuse for a journalist.
- She slammed President Trump for ‘dehumanizing‘ MS-13 gang members by calling them ‘animals,’ even after she, herself, called the President an ‘animal.’
- She got caught doctoring a photo to try and portray Trump’s cabinet and the Republican party in general as being all old, white men.
- She decried the President’s abrasive language against political opponents while referring to him, on multiple occasions, as a Spanish term for ‘p****.’
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli once told Navarro that he’s “sick of hearing your shrill voice in my ears.”
The rest of America concurs.
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