(STEYNONLINE) -- The photograph at right shows a meeting of "the Resistance" in the Manhattan apartment of Molly Jong-Fast (daughter of Erica Jong). Kathy Griffin, the comedienne who famously posed Isis-style with a blood-dripping head of a decapitated Trump, is captured more conventionally relaxed, on the rug in an attractive cocktail dress and necklace. The economist Paul Krugman is rather less stylishly garbed in dark polo shirt, alongside Philippe Reines, former advisor to Hillary Clinton, and (at far left) E Jean Carroll, who has accused Trump of sexually assaulting her in the mid-1990s. On the right-hand side of the picture is onetime CNN /Al Jazeera correspondent Soledad O'Brien and behind her, semi-obscured, is George Conway III, the husband of Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the President.
As I said to Brian Kilmeade on the radio, I have the slightest of acquaintances with Kellyanne, having been honored at the same event in Washington and enjoyed the pleasure of dining with her and her young 'uns. No one other than the two principals can know the reality of a marriage, but I cannot imagine so loathing Donald Trump (which is after all a routine ailment throughout Washington, Manhattan and Beverly Hills) that I would be willing to do what George Conway is doing to his wife and the mother of his children. Vanity Fair's Gabriel Sherman reports that Conway describes Kellyanne as "in a cult" and that their home life cannot heal "until she's cast out of the cult". He is said to want to save his marriage, and, as all relationship consultants will tell you, the best way to save a marriage is to go on MSNBC and attack your wife's boss so that CNN can play it back to embarrass her in person a few hours later.