Kellyanne Conway

Business Executive

Kellyanne Conway was born in Atco, New Jersey, United States on January 20th, 1967 and is the Business Executive. At the age of 57, Kellyanne Conway biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Kellyanne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Blueberry
Date of Birth
January 20, 1967
United States
Place of Birth
Atco, New Jersey, United States
57 years old
Zodiac Sign
$39 Million
Campaign Manager, Lawyer, Political Scientist, Politician
Social Media
Kellyanne Conway Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 57 years old, Kellyanne Conway has this physical status:

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Kellyanne Conway Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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St. Joseph High School
Kellyanne Conway Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
George Conway
Dating / Affair
Fred Thompson, George Conway (2001-Present)
John Fitzpatrick, Diane DiNatale
Kellyanne Conway Life

Kellyanne Elizabeth Conway (née Fitzpatrick), a political strategist, and pundit who acts as adviser to the president in the administration of US President Donald Trump, was born January 20, 1967.

Conway was previously Trump's campaign manager, and she was the first woman to run a profitable US presidential bid.

She has served as both a campaign manager and strategist in the Republican Party, as well as conducting private polls for Trump in late 2013 when he first proposed Ted Cruz in the Republican presidential primaries in Washington.

Trump named Conway as a senior advisor and later campaign manager after Cruz dropped out of the race.

Trump declared Conway's administration as a counselor to the president on December 22, 2016.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on November 29, 2017, that Conway would lead White House attempts to combat the opioid crisis following Conway's inauguration. Conway's arrival at the inauguration of Michael Flynn had the complete trust of the president even before he was dismissed.

Members of Congress from both sides of the house of Commons demanded an investigation into a suspected ethics blunder after she publicly supported commercial products associated with the president's niece, Ivanka Trump.

The Hatch Act of 1939, which was recommended that Conway be fired in June 2019.

Early life

Kellyanne Fitzpatrick was born in 1966 in the Atco section of Waterford Township, New Jersey, to Diane (née DiNatale) and John Fitzpatrick. Conway's father had German, English, and Irish roots, whereas her mother, John Fitzpatrick, owned a small trucking company, and Diane worked at a bank. Conway's parents divorced when she was three years old, and she was raised in Atco by her mother, grandmother, and two unmarried aunts. She graduated from St. Joseph High School in 1985 as class valedictorian. She was also a member of the choir, played field hockey, worked on floats for parades, and was a cheerleader in high school. Jimmy "The Brute" DiNatale, Conway's uncle, was identified as a Philadelphia crime family by the New Jersey Organized Crime Commission in 1992; DiNatale did not live with Conway's grandmother, Conway, nor the remainder of her family; Conway's family, Jimmy "The Brute" DiNatale, was not identified in Conway's family; Conway's uncle, Jimmy "The Brute" DiNatale, is identified as a Mark DeMarco, Conway's cousin, has confirmed that although Conway ordered members of the football team to avoid bullying him in high school; according to DeMarco, the bullying stopped. Her family is Catholic.

Conway attributes her eight summers on a blueberry farm in Hammonton, New Jersey, to her strong work ethic. "The faster you went, the more money you'd make," she said. She was named New Jersey Blueberry Princess pageant at the age of 16. "Everything I learned about life and business started on that farm" at age 20.

Conway graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Trinity College, Washington, D.C. (formerly Trinity Washington University), where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. In 1992, she graduated with an honor from the George Washington University Law School. She served as a judicial clerk for Judge Richard A. Levie of the Superior Court of Columbia after graduation.

Personal life

Conway is married to George T. Conway III, a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, who also wrote the Supreme Court brief for Paula Jones during the Clinton impeachment in 1998. Claudia and George IV, Charlotte, and Vanessa have four children. They lived in Alpine, New Jersey, prior to Trump's presidency. Conway dated senator Fred Thompson, the 2008 presidential nominee, ahead of her marriage.

George Conway, a conservative, is a critic of Trump; in December 2019 he co-founded the Lincoln Project, which campaigned against Donald Trump's re-election from a conservative viewpoint. President Trump responded to Kellyanne's husband George's criticism by saying George is a "stone cold LOSER & husband from hell." George Conway, "not a psychiatrist," and that Trump should not be expected to respond after George, "a non-medical professional accuses him of having a mental disorder," Kellyanne defended him.

Claudia is a daughter of Conway's Clandestine and was known in 2020 at the age of 15, for her anti-Trump messages. She said in July 2020 that her parents' union had "failed." Claudia identifies herself as a leftist and liberal and liberal, and she identifies TikTok supporters as "leftist," A.C.A.B. (All Cops Are Bastards) Blm, anti-trump, blm (Black Lives Matter)" Claudia Conway declared emancipation in August 2020. "Shebdomically, mentally, and emotionally abused," she said in January 2021 when posting TikTok footage showed her mother screaming and even striking her. Conway's official Twitter account shared a topless snapshot of a young girl who was later revealed to be Claudia Conway on January 25, 2021. An investigation into the matter was launched by New Jersey police. Claudia Conway appeared on contestants at age 16, but she was barred from American Idol.

Giovanna Coia, Conway's niece who worked for White House press assistant John Pence, married Vice President Mike Pence's nephew John Pence in September 2019.

Conway chose "Blueberry" as her Secret Service code name because of her association with the fruit from her youth in pageants and berry picking, one of the few White House employees to have been shielded from the Secret Service in the face of various threats.

Conway said she was the perpetrator of a sexual assault in a CNN interview in September 2018.

Conway and her husband George, who had taken time off from the Lincoln Project and Twitter, announced on August 23, 2020, and she resigned in order to "spend more time with her family."

Claudia Conway's daughter, Claudia, revealed on social media that her mother tested positive for COVID-19 in October 2020.


Kellyanne Conway Career

Early career

Conway, a law student, began working as a research assistant for Wirthlin Group, a Republican polling company, when she entered the polling market. She had hoped to work for a law firm at the time, but instead chose Luntz Research Companies. She had met Frank Luntz, the founder, and became a friend while studying abroad at Oxford University as a student. She founded the Polling Company in 1995. Conway's company has researched customer trends, most commonly concerns regarding female trends. Vaseline, American Express, and Hasbro have all been among Conway's clients.

Conway, as well as other young conservative women Laura Ingraham, Barbara Olson, and Ann Coulter, all contributed to the transformation of punditry into "stylish celebrity" in both Washington and cable television, and is credited with the "sexual awakening" in Washington, D.C. in the 1990s. Conway (then known as Fitzpatrick) said that her "broad mind and slim waist have not changed places" during a recent review of the capital's era. Conway, Ingraham, and Coulter were often referred to as "pundettes" and appeared on Bill Maher's Political Incorrect.

Senator Jack Kemp; Senator Fred Thompson; Vice President Dan Quayle; Speaker of the House of Representatives; and Representative (later Vice President) Mike Pence. During Gingrich's losing 2012 presidential bid in the United States, she served as his senior advisor. Todd Akin, a US Senate candidate, was another client in 2012.

Conway has led demographic and attitudinal research studies for trade associations and private companies, including American Express, ABC News, Major League Baseball, and Ladies Home Journal in addition to her political opinion research. WomanTrend, a research and consulting division, is also part of her company The Polling Company.

Conway has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN, MSNBC, NY1, and the Fox News Channel in addition to various radio stations. For accurately predicting the outcome of the 2004 election, she was given the Washington Post's "Crystal Ball" award.

Conway has been chastised for her work as a CNN TV spokesperson for the Trump Administration, particularly in her role as a cable TV spokesperson for the Trump administration. She has been praised as a "Trump whisperer" by the public. The MSNBC show Morning Joe "banned" Conway in February 2017, as part of their long-running rivalry with Donald Trump.


'I don't see a good outcome for Trump:' Attorney's ominous warning for former president ahead of hush money trial's conclusion this week, May 27, 2024
The case, one of four criminal cases facing Trump, centers around the claim he tried to hide a $130,000 hush money payment to porn star Stormy Daniels. The seven men and five women on the jury include a corporate lawyer, an investment banker, a software engineer and a teacher. George Conway (pictured left), who is now going through a divorce to Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway, appeared to discuss the jury in the case, which is heading toward a conclusion this week, where he says its unlikely Trump will be unanimously acquitted.

Where are Trump's first White House team and will they vote for him in 2024?, May 12, 2024
Top Trump officials have followed different paths since the dramatic conclusion of Trump's term. One became governor of Arkansas. Another is serving time in a Florida prison. Prominent critics landed plum TV spots.

Lauren Sanchez 'begged Kellyanne Conway for help with her public image when they met at a party' - as former Trump advisor's surprising reply is revealed, April 21, 2024
Lauren Sanchez asked Kellyane Conway for advice on managing media scrutiny during a party in 2020, according to Wall Street Journal reporter Dana Mattioli. In her book, War: Amazon's Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power, Mattoli revealed the unlikely relationship between Jeff Bezos ' wife and Conway as Sanchez asked for 'guidance' on managing scrutiny from the media. Jeff Bezos and Donald Trump have had a rocky relationship in the past as the former president called out Bezos for his coverage of 'fake news' in The Washington Post during the last presidential campaign.
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