President Trump tightened his feud on Wednesday with the White House White House counselor husband Kellyanne Conway. He calls him "a stony LOSER & husband from hell!"
Trump Broadside came on Twitter after George Conway, a conservative lawyer and frequent critic of the president, had publicly challenged the president's mental health in recent days.
"George Conway, Of those who know him, is often referred to as Mr. Kellyanne Conway Very jealous of his wife's success and angry that I did not give him the job he so desperately wanted with their help," Trump wrote. "I hardly know him, but just have a look, an ice cold LOSER and his man from hell!"
George Conway responded less than 20 minutes later.
"They seem to prove my point. Good for you! "He wrote on Twitter and added:" #NarcissisticPersonalityDisorder.
In a subsequent tweet to Trump, he added, "You. Are. Nuts. "
George Conway has pushed back several allegations in Trump's Tweet.
Conway said on Tuesday in an interview that he has had a number of noteworthy interactions with Trump over the past decade, often involving legal representation and sensitive legal matters since Trump became president.
Trump's Tweet referred to a position in the Department of Justice for which George Conway was considered in 2017. Conway said on Tuesday that he would opt out of the Ministry of Justice after Trump offered him a job in the civilian department because he watched Trump attack the department's leaders and then in May 2017 as director of FBI James B. Comey fired.
It was unclear what Trump's claim was that Kellyanne Conway had played a role in denying her husband a job
Wednesday was the second day in a row that Trump used Twitter to attack George Conway , In a much shorter Tweet Tuesday he called him a "loser".
Kellyanne Conway did not respond to a request for comment on Tuesday, but she said Monday that she does not share her husband's concerns about Trump's mental health.  George Conway was a stubborn critic of Trump's politics and actions. Oftentimes, Twitter asked if the president is in the constitution and in other accepted borders. However, the criticism has recently become more personal, and he often attacked Trump shortly after his wife defended the president on television.
In the tweets on Monday, Conway included images from the Diagnostic and Statistics Handbook of the Psychiatric Psychiatric Society of the American Psychiatric Society, including pages with diagnostic criteria for "narcissistic personality disorder" and "antisocial personality disorder."
In a Tuesday interview, Conway said his tweets, which questioned the president's mental health, were partly designed to avoid conflict with his wife.
Crazy to see, "said Conway. "The mendacity, the incompetence, it's just crazy to see. Tweeting is just the way to get it out of the way, so I can get it out of my chest and continue my life that day. That's basically it. To be honest, I do not yell at her like this.