Kellyanne Conway’s daughter Claudia Conway has been growing in popularity on TikTok by posting pro–Black Lives Matter and anti-Trump videos on her account. With over 31,000 followers, the daughter of the counselor to President Donald Trump told Insider that she is “100% leftist” and when Kellyanne had asked her to take down her videos she “respectfully declined.”
Claudia said in her interview, “Growing up when your mom is Kellyanne Conway, it’s really really hard to disassociate yourself with that image because people look at me and are like ‘oh, that’s Kellyanne Conway’s daughter,’ she must love Trump. In reality, I really don’t.” She then explained that her views versus her mother’s “could not be more opposite.”
Earlier this week, Claudia posted a TikTok with a caption that read, “say her name. make those calls. sign those petitions. make sure the louisville police KNOW we want justice for bre. visit my instagram for more.
” In reference to arresting the officers that killed Breonna Taylor, a black woman who was shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers in her own home.
@claudiamconwaysay her name. make those calls. sign those petitions. make sure the louisville police KNOW we want justice for bre. visit my instagram for more.
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Claudia’s father, George Conway, is also known to speak out against Trump on Twitter, a platform which he was 1.2 million followers on. George responded to one of Trump’s tweets and wrote, “I’m old enough to remember when you caused a 35-day government shutdown—the longest in history—because Congress hadn’t given you money you hadn’t originally asked for to build the useless wall that you lied about Mexico paying for and you still haven’t built.”
Even though Claudia and Kellyanne may have differing views, Claudia said that her mom is, “the most generous, most well-educated people [she has] ever met.” She then stated, “My mom is also a bada–.”
The use of TikTok has been rapidly growing in the past few months and had been downloaded 2 billion times as of April.
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