George Conway Calls Trump an 'Extreme Narcissist' Who 'Hates an Entire City', After President Says NYC Is 'Falling Apart'

Conservative attorney George Conway, who's also the husband of Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, called Donald Trump an "extreme narcissist" on Sunday after the U.S. president claimed that New York City is "falling apart."

"So sad to see that New York City and State are falling apart. All they want to do is investigate to make me hate them even more than I should. Governor Cuomo has lost control, and lost his mind. Very bad for the homeless and all!" the president tweeted on Saturday. Trump's remarks come after he repeatedly attacked Cuomo and other New York officials in recent months as the state continues to pursue obtaining his tax returns and financial records.

In response, Conway, one of Trump's loudest online critics, accused the president of demonstrating narcissistic rage." In @realDonaldTrump's case, there's a term for this 'hate'—narcissistic rage," the attorney tweeted. "He hates an entire city and state, and wishes their people harm, merely because he's being called to account for his conduct, something a pathological narcissist can't tolerate. #IMPOTUS"

"Gee, it's as though [Trump] is some kind of extreme narcissist who cares only about himself," he added in a second post.

Newsweek reached out to Conway for further comment but did not receive a response in time for publication.

Trump blamed Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio last month for what he called the decline of his hometown. "So sad to see what is happening in New York where Governor Cuomo & Mayor DeBlasio are letting out 900 Criminals, some hardened & bad, onto the sidewalks of our rapidly declining, because of them, city," the president said. "The Radical Left Dems are killing our cities. NYPD Commissioner is resigning!"

His remarks came after a New York State judge ordered Trump; his children Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, Eric Trump; and the Trump Foundation charity to pay a $2 million fine in November over their misuse of charity assets for personal, business and political gain.

For more than six months, Conway has launched near-constant attacks against his wife's boss over his alleged failure to adequately perform his duties as president. As a result, the Conway's marriage has been the focus of several recent news articles, talk show discussions and political comedy segments questioning their relationship.

Conway, who has largely ignored the attention, called out Kellyanne on Twitter earlier this month in a back-and-forth that marked the first time he had directly challenged one of his wife's tweets.

"WATCH: Sleepy Joe is Creepy Joe. We need Ukraine's help to defeat THIS guy?" Kellyanne tweeted alongside a video of former Vice President Joe Biden. In a retweet of her post, Conway said: "Your boss apparently thought so."

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U.S. President Donald Trump waves after speaking at a White House Mental Health Summit in the South Court Auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House on December 19, 2019 in Washington, DC. Drew Angerer/Getty
George Conway Calls Trump an 'Extreme Narcissist' Who 'Hates an Entire City', After President Says NYC Is 'Falling Apart' | Politics