George Conway says he put up Florida billboard saying don’t vote for ‘psycho’

George Conway says he put up Florida billboard saying don’t vote for ‘psycho’

George Conway said he put a billboard up in Florida that is urging people to vote for President Biden over “psycho” former President Trump.

Conway, a staunch Trump critic whose former wife once worked for Trump, shared Thursday on social platform X that he had placed a billboard on Interstate 95, which passes through West Palm Beach and is near Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Florida residence.

The billboard has a blue background and white text that says “Vote for Joe, Not the Psycho.”

“So, just for kicks, I put up a billboard a few miles south of Palm Beach on I-95 South, perfect for anyone happening to travel from Mar-a-Lago to Doral to, say, play golf,” Conway said Thursday on X. “Right around Exit 64, I believe. They’re going to send me better photos later.”

The conservative attorney shared another post of the billboard on X, recording the sign and writing, “I think the chirping birds add a nice touch, don’t you?”

The attorney used to be married to then-Trump White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. He announced last year that they’ve split up.

He later told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes that he decided to put up the billboard after speaking with the Mad Dog PAC, a group that has put up similar anti-Trump signs around the nation.

“I’d been making some hats that say that [slogan], kind of like the MAGA hats, except blue and white,” Conway said on MSNBC, later adding, “This was a perfect location. And I hope he [Trump] sees it. And I hope it amuses him as much as it amuses me.”

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