Claudia Conway, daughter of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway and her husband, presidential critic George Conway, took to TikTok to react to their withdrawal from politics – expressing dismay that her parents “didn’t even talk about it with any of us.”
The left-leaning 15-year-old – who tweeted Saturday night that she is “officially pushing for emancipation” – said she was taking a break from TikTok to focus on her mental health.
“Words are not enough to express my love for my following. You are all amazing,” the Trump-hating teen wrote. “Thank you for the support and love. May you feel my love and peace back. I am taking a break to process this recent news and to stabilize my mental health.”
In an earlier post, she wrote: “YEAH SORRY I HAD TO COME BACK TO POST THIS BUT.”
“They didn’t even talk about it with any of us …just tweeted about it as if this is going to change anything and make me not emancipate myself,” she wrote.
One user wrote: “The fact that u found out from a tweet and not her or ur dad is sooooo …”
“Messed up? yeah,” Claudia responded.
“Y’all I know I said I was talking a break but … umm … umm … umm … umm …,” she said in a video in reaction to her mom’s announcement on Twitter that she posted in the background.
In a later post, she said, “Look what I did. Look at what I did, ladies and gentlemen,” along with her dad’s announcement that he was withdrawing from the Republican anti-Trump group Lincoln Project he co-founded “to devote more time to family matters.”
Kellyanne Conway said she would be leaving her White House role at the end of August to focus on her family.
“In time, I will announce future plans. For now, and for my beloved children, it will be less drama, more mama,” she wrote.
Claudia, who has been bashing her folks for their conservative views, said in a tweet Saturday that she was “officially pushing for emancipation.”
“Buckle up because this is probably going to be public one way or another, unfortunately. Welcome to my life,” wrote Claudia, who has dubbed herself a “radical agnostic liberal/leftist.”
In a tweet, she said she and her dad “agree on absolutely nothing” politically.
“We just both happen to have common sense when it comes to our current president. Stop ‘stanning’ him,” she wrote, using a term referring to someone who admires someone or something to the point of obsession.
She added that her mother was “selfish” for pursuing her line of work.
“My mother’s job ruined my life to begin with,” she wrote.
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