Frequent Trump critic George ConwayGeorge Thomas ConwayGeorge Conway: We might have to impeach Trump again George Conway writes the Trump 'creed' in satirical op-ed George Conway: 'Verdict of history' will be on Romney's side MORE on Thursday mocked Fox News’s Sean HannitySean Patrick HannityO'Reilly weighs in on Warren-Bloomberg exchange on nondisclosure agreements The Hill's review of John Solomon's columns on Ukraine Carville fires back at Sanders for 'hack' slam: 'At least I'm not a communist' MORE for claiming that President TrumpDonald John TrumpChasten Buttigieg: 'I've been dealing with the likes of Rush Limbaugh my entire life' Lawmakers paint different pictures of Trump's 'opportunity zone' program We must not turn our heads from the effects of traumatic brain injuries MORE has “received glowing reviews” during his United Kingdom trip by sharing a thread of negative British press coverage. 

Conway, a Washington lawyer who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayBrazile 'extremely dismayed' by Bloomberg record Conway: Reported sexist Bloomberg remarks 'far worse' than what Trump said on 'Access Hollywood' tape Candidates make electability arguments, talk Bloomberg as focus turns to more diverse states MORE, fired back after Trump highlighted Hannity’s claim that he was being praised by foreign media, hitting MSNBC’s Rachel MaddowRachel Anne MaddowTlaib says she held Omar's hand during 'triggering' moments at Trump's State of the Union speech Schiff: Bolton 'refused' to submit affidavit on Trump's involvement in Ukraine controversy Tlaib says mention of Kavanaugh was 'trigger' to walk out of Trump speech MORE and CNN in a tweet. 

“Um, not so much,” George Conway wrote on Twitter. “Your press coverage in the UK wasn’t all that great. Let me help you out.”

George Conway then added a list of nearly 30 tweets and articles from a variety of local media outlets and tabloids.

Trump started his three-day trip to the U.K. on a sour note after he  commented on the “nasty” comments Meghan MarkleMeghan MarkleMegxit, Trump and the generational divide Prince Harry blames 'powerful' media for stepping away from royals Harry and Meghan to give up royal titles, no longer receive money from royal family MORE, duchess of Sussex and wife of Prince Harry, in an interview with the British tabloid The Sun ahead of his trip.

Trump later sought to clarify the comments but they were significantly highlighted in the British press. 

Conway also highlighted reports about the thousands of protesters who took to the streets of London on Tuesday.

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Trump dismissed the protests surrounding his state visit as “fake news” while speaking during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa MayTheresa Mary MayNo 'post-Brexit doom' indeed: Watch Britain boldly move forward Labour's loss should tell Democrats not to tack too far to the left Is Corbyn handing Brexit to Boris Johnson? MORE.

"It was tremendous spirit and love," he said of the crowds. "There was great love. It was an alliance. And I didn’t see the protesters until just a little while ago, and it was a very small group of people put in for political reasons. So it was fake news."

“And this is just a small sample, at least of the print coverage,” George Conway wrote at the end of his thread. “Haven’t watched any TV, but haven’t heard that any US network parked Baby Trump on its set, as the Beeb did. So hard to say that the British coverage was more favorable to our Embarrassment-in-Chief.”