Claudia Conway, 15, live-streamed a confrontation with her mother, a counselor to President Trump, on TikTok and told her father, conservative Trump critic George Conway, she was “sorry [his] marriage failed.”
Claudia, who has posted a wave of anti-Trump and pro-Black Lives Matter content on her TikTok, claimed her mother was trying to shut off her phone and pressuring her to delete her social media accounts — even though Kellyanne Conway had previously stated she supported her daughter’s independent expression.
“My parents, particularly my mother, are trying to silence me by getting me to delete my social media. haha,” Claudia wrote in a tweet Friday.
After Claudia gave interviews to Insider and USA Today with the consent of her father, George Conway apparently reversed course.
“To journalists: @kellyannepolls and I do *not* consent to any communications between you and any of our minor children, including our daughter Claudia,” he tweeted Friday.
“So desist. Thank you.”
Claudia was none too pleased.
“You’re just mad that I’m finally getting my voice heard. sorry your marriage failed,” she tweeted in response from her private account.
In one of Claudia’s TikTok live streams, posted by the Daily Mail, Kellyanne Conway can be seen swiping the teen’s phone out of her hands.
“You can get back to it, turn it off,” Kellyanne said in the clip. “Turn it off now, lady.”
Claudia responds: “I’m just showing everyone the truth. You’re literally not letting me use my freedom of speech.”
Eventually, Kellyanne moves in to grab the device.
“Mom, what are you doing?” Claudia asks.
“It’s mine,” her mom replies.