Kellyanne Conway’s Kid Is an Anti-Trump Leftist TikTokker

Luke Darby

Kellyanne Conway is famous for a few reasons: She's the first woman to head a successful presidential campaign. She aggressively and unrelentingly defends Donald Trump's most racist and inane claims to reporters. And her husband, George Conway, very publicly hates the president whose White House Kellyanne works in. It turns out that her husband isn't the only family member who's staunchly anti-Trump, either.

According to New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz, Conway's daughter Claudia is an outspoken Trump critic on TikTok, the video-sharing app that's massively popular with Gen Z. In some posts, she's encouraged people to leave one-star reviews on Trump properties. In another she wrote, "Why do people hate on Trump supporters, like can’t we just respect everyone’s opinions? SIKE nah block me pls and then educate yourself." And as the New York Post reports, in response to comments left on her posts that singled out family members, she said, "Believe it or not, you can have your own opinions simply by educating yourself! My views don’t have anything to do with my mom’s"

Mocking Trump isn't Claudia Conway's only beat, though, as she dedicates part of her social media presence to movements like Black Lives Matter. The bio of her TikTok profile, where she boasts more than 20,000 followers, reads, "it’s a great day to arrest brett hankison, john mattingly, and myles cosgrove," referring to the police officers who killed 26-year-old EMT Breonna Taylor after breaking into her home with a no-knock warrant, which allows police to enter someone's home without identifying themselves as police. Only one of the three officers has been fired, and none has been charged for shooting Taylor eight times in her own bed, while they claimed to be looking for drugs that were never found.

As the Post reports, Claudia's tried to keep focus off of her very in-the-public-eye parents, saying in one post, "Thank you for all the love on my videos but just please no hate to my mom or my dad, they’re both amazing people and I love them so much. No hate to either of them, it’s just me and my views."

Still, the posts seem to draw a lot of negative attention. In another she asks, "hi so if you’re leftist, acab, anti-trump, blm, etc. please interact w this because most of my comments are threats from angry trump supporters."

With a breakout part in HBO’s hit series  Watchmen and a starring role in the upcoming sequel to  Candyman, the former civil service worker suddenly finds himself in rare new territory as a Hollywood leading man.

Originally Appeared on GQ