Conway’s Kids Shunned from D.C. Schools?


The New York Post is reporting that Kelly Anne Conway’s four children are having a hard time landing a spot in Washington D.C. private schools, and Conway suggests it has to do with her connection to Trump.

Allegedly, Conway is reaching out to her friends with connections for help.  According to the report, she told friends in NJ that the reason her kids are having a hard time getting accepted into the private schools  is  because of her ties to Trump.

Conway is reported to have said, “I would not characterize myself as worried so much as amused by the silence and sighs on the other end of the phone when friends and allies have made preliminary inquiries on our behalf.”

While the posh private schools’ handbooks and websites all preach “diversity” and “open-mindedness,” Conway said, “For some, there is a comfort in sameness.”

Kelly Anne Conway, 49, is married to New York lawyer George T. Conway III, and the couple has four children together.

Conway was chosen as a member of Trump’s official cabinet last week. Her position would be as a close adviser to Trump and she would work alongside his senior leadership to “effectively message and execute the administration’s legislative priorities and actions.”


Elizabeth Morrow School in Englewood, NJ

President Obama’s kids attended the private Sidwell Friends School when the family moved to DC.

Bill and Hillary Clinton also had Chelsea attend Sidwell, and Al Gore’s son Albert Gore III attended the school back in 1992.

H/T: Daily Mail


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