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Kellyanne Conway’s daughter trolls mom as ‘Smelly Kelly’

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Kellyanne Conway’s teenage daughter playfully trolled her mother as “Smelly Kelly” as she continues to duke it out with her folks about their intended threats to boot her offline.

Claudia Conway — an outspoken anti-Trump TikToker — shared a tongue-in-cheek video clip Tuesday, saying to have abandoned her liberal views that she says have been the resource of conflict in the conservative residence.

“Hi Smelly Kelly! The rumors are true. I have been treated from my racial leftism,” mentioned 15-yr-outdated Claudia, whose mother is a counselor to President Trump and father is George Conway, a law firm and outspoken critic of the commander in main.

“And now I like Trump and I love our president,” the teen snarked.

The newest put up comes soon after she shared yet another TikTok in which she claimed was her “last video clip [because] my mother and father are building me delete all social media.”

In the movie, she cuts to a screenshot of a FaceTime with her mother, who was Trump’s 2016 marketing campaign supervisor.

The teen instructed very last week that her social media — which has lately gone viral with anti-Trump and Black Lives Matter films – was not sitting down effectively with her parents.

“My mom and dad, specifically my mother, are hoping to silence me by having me to delete my social media. haha,” she wrote on in a considering the fact that-scrubbed tweet.

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