Kellyanne Conway knocks ‘Peter Pan Taylor Lorenz’ and other reporters sending a message to her teenage daughter

  • Kellyanne Conway said she would never “forgive or forget” reporters who contacted her daughter.
  • She specifically sang “Peter Pan Taylor Lorenz,” a Washington Post reporter.
  • She appeared on View to promote her new book, “Here’s Deal,” and said:

Kellyanne Conway has had one big grudge against the press since she was in the Trump White House.

Former President Donald Trump’s aide said he would “never forgive or forget” reporters who asked his 15-year-old daughter Claudia about his anti-Trump social media posts. On Tuesday, she promoted her new book, “Here’s Deal.”

Conway made it clear that she didn’t have any posts about her daughter, stating on Twitter and TikTok that “she was doing what a lot of teenagers do – a backlash against authority, mom and dad.”

However, the matter culminated after then New York Times tech reporter Taylor Lorenz contacted Claudia directly about her views and then posted Claudia’s TikToks thread to her Twitter account.

Conway writes in her book that Lorenz’s posts on Twitter opened the floodgates for other news outlets to reach out to her daughter and that Claudia’s social media followers soared. She faced “outright fear” for her daughter’s safety, but Claudia was fascinated by her rise to fame, she said.

Conway said of the tremendous media attention her daughter received for her social media account, “It started with Peter Pan Taylor Lorenz of The New York Times.” “She was not alone. I saw direct messages and saw people contacting my daughter. I will never contact your children.”

Conway said neither Lorenz nor The New York Times had contacted Kellyanne Conway or her husband George Conway about their daughter.

“Should I say that I feel better than a 35-year-old man calling Claudia at 1am and promising him fame, fortune and attention?” Conway asked from View.

“It’s absurd,” she continued. “A 15-year-old can’t be in the audience without her parents. She can’t have her ears pierced, she can’t go to an R-rated movie, she can’t drive, she can’t vote.”

Conway devotes several pages of her book to taking down Lorenz, who accuses her of having “blue blood and thin skin.”

“Unmarried and childless, Lorenz spent most of her days mocking, sometimes slandering other people’s children on social media, and not adding anything to the conversation,” she wrote.

Conway calls Lorenz an “evil reporter” while other reporters call her a “dumb” and “strange man” for continuing to follow Claudia on social media.

Current Washington Post reporter Lorenz did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment. (Disclosure: Lorenz previously worked at Insider as a tech and cultural writer.)

Lorenz said on MSNBC Over the past month, she and her family regularly faced bullying and bullying, leading to PTSD and suicidal thoughts. Conservatives, including Fox News host Tucker Carlson, frequently criticize and ridicule Lorenz’s journalism and his advocacy on social media and on TV.

Conway wrote in his book that Trump and then-First Lady Melania Trump reached out to support Conway, and Trump provided “anything needed.” She wrote that her husband, a prominent anti-Trump lawyer, was initially indifferent, but posted the same page and contacted the editors of The New York Times.

George Conway told editors that he did not agree to contact his daughter and that the editors would not write the story.

Media coverage of Claudia contributed to Conway’s decision to leave the White House three months before the election to focus on her children. On The View, Conway ended the discussion of her case by saying that she was proud of her own four children.

“They have more class, dignity, discernment, and judgment on their little finger than these adults,” she said.

Taylor Berman contributed to this report.

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