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Conway began making waves on social media after being vocal about her distaste for President Donald Trump, who employed her mother, Kellyanne, as a counselor to the president. The teen surprised the internet when she called Trump out despite her mother working very closely with the president, telling Insider in June that all of her family members are Trump supporters except for her and her father, George Conway.
“I grew up in a very, very conservative family, so I was only exposed to those views for a very long time,” she said in her interview with Insider.
Both of her parents made national headlines last week after they each decided to step down from their careers to “devote more time to family matters.” Kellyanne left the White House, and George is no longer a part of the Lincoln Project—an anti-Trump Republican group.
Although she doesn’t see eye to eye with her mother, she told Insider that her mom is her best friend. “My mom is my best friend but we do fight all the time over politics, and I’m always shut down by my entire family,” she said at the time.
With that, she tweeted that she is officially pushing for emancipation on Aug. 22. “I’m officially pushing for emancipation. Buckle up because this is probably going to be public one way or another, unfortunately. Welcome to my life.”
*First Published: Sep 3, 2020, 6:16 pm
Moises Mendez II is a recent graduate from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. He is a freelance journalist based in New York City writing about everything from music to LGBTQ issues.