Kellyanne Conway Has Found Her Way Back Into Trump’s Heart

Following the publication of Kellyanne Conway's 500+ page memoir, "Here's The Deal," the two eventually spoke on the phone.

Trump's 2016 campaign manager asked the former president, "Door-stopper or show-stopper?"

That kind of query would have soured relationships with the president for the majority of Trump's advisers.

After all, Trump was apparently "livid" at the time Conway asked the question, according to a source close to the president.

But that wasn't Trump's response, and that wasn't the tone he used in that exchange with Conway. He remarked, "It's very good. Yes, it's quite good. Together, we achieved a lot of fantastic things.

A day after the book's release, Conway and Trump spoke on the phone just hours after Trump mentioned the book on his social media network Truth Social.

The Daily Beast was informed by one source and another source that, prior to reading the book, Trump had intended to issue a "positive" and "glowing" press release praising both Conway and their long-standing friendship.

Trump instead launched a vicious attack. Trump claimed in his letter, "Kellyanne Conway never told me that she thought we lost the election.

She could have gone back to her psychotic husband if she had, and I wouldn't have bothered with her any longer.

He continued, "Writing books can cause individuals to say some pretty bizarre things.

One of the Trump-related insiders claimed that Conway's adamant and public claim that the 2020 election was not "stolen" in particular struck a chord

Conway writes in her book, "I may have been the first person Donald Trump trusted in his inner circle to tell him that he had come up short this time."