George Conway hits back at Trump: Just guaranteed millions will learn about 'malignant narcissism'

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George Conway implied that Trump is a narcissist in the latest jab in a Twitter feud between the two. 


"Congratulations! You just guaranteed that millions of more people are going to learn about narcissistic personality disorder and malignant narcissism!" Conway, an attorney who has frequently targeted the president on Twitter, said. "Great job!"

His tweet followed a post from the president that called Conway "a total loser" just one day after Conway questioned Trump's mental fitness.

Conway also tweeted a link to a Rolling Stone article that questions whether Trump is a pathological narcissist and called the president "unfit and incompetent for the esteemed office you temporarily hold."

Conway also highlighted a tweet saying it was better to " 'lose' with honor than 'win' with Trump." 

"Yes. Any day, every day," Conway said, responding to a post from conservative analyst Bill Kristol.  

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump lashed out at Conway on Twitter, calling him a "loser" while quoting a tweet from his campaign manager, Brad Parscale, that said Trump had turned Conway down for a job.

Conway has regularly lashed out at Trump and his administration.

He suggested Monday that the president has at least two diagnosable personality disorders, sharing an image of the cover of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and the pages for narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder on Twitter.

Last week, he posted a series of tweets asking whether a "serious inquiry" needs to be made into the president's mental state. 

In November, Conway formed a group to encourage conservative lawyers to speak out against Trump. He has also said that nothing Trump says "can be taken at face value."

The Conways have remained publicly civil despite their disagreements about Trump.

On Monday, Kellyanne Conway said she doesn't share her husband's concerns about Trump's mental fitness. She said last November that her husband's criticism of Trump "doesn't affect me or my job."

Updated at 10:04 a.m.