Who is Claudia Conway- Bio, Singing Career, her White House’s Adviser Mother
|Claudia Conway has been making headlines recently. Photo: Grazia Daily|
She is the daughter of Donald Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway and her husband George who works as a lawyer at the law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.
Claudia Conway’s mom, Kellyanne, was one of President Trump’s longest-serving aides. Her father is a big-shot lawyer who once represented Paula Jones.
But it’s the 16-year-old who’s recently been making headlines — by posting anti-Trump TikTok videos and sharing her uber-liberal views, all while publicly battling her parents over control of her social media accounts.
The tug-of-war came to a head July 13, when Claudia announced that her mom and dad, conservative Trump critic George Conway, had banned her from social media.
Who is Claudia Conway?
Claudia Conway was born on October 17, 2004, and from the USA, the 16 years old Conway is on the media headlines for several reasons, according to Biography Daily.
Previously, she created noise after supporting Joe Biden even though her parents were hardcore supporters of Donald Trump. Now, Claudia once again in the media limelight after she claimed to sell her father’s belongings on eBay, yes you heard it right.
She describes her family as a “huge conservative Italian family.”
When she was 12 years old and in the sixth grade, she moved from New Jersey to Washington, D.C., USA with her three siblings and their parents, said Conan Daily.
In 2015, she started posting videos on Musical.ly. In 2017, Chinese company ByteDance bought the app and merged it with TikTok.
|Photo: New York Post|
In June 2020, she posted videos on TikTok expressing her views against Trump and support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
At age 15, she identified as 100 percent leftist and liberal.
On July 3, 2020, her father released a statement instructing the press to desist contacting her. She took to Twitter to respond saying, “You’re just mad that i’m finally getting my voice heard. sorry your marriage failed.” She later deleted the tweet. On July 13, 2020, she announced that her parents had banned her from social media.
On August 23, 2020, her father announced his withdrawal from The Lincoln Project while her mother announced her departure from the White House. In response, she took to TikTok to announce her plan to pursue emancipation after her 16th birthday.
On October 2, 2020, she announced on TikTok that her mother tested positive for the new coronavirus (COVID-19), which her mother confirmed on Twitter on October 3, 2020.
Accompanied by her father, she was 16 years old when she auditioned for “American Idol” Season 19. Her mother also supporter her via video chat. She passed after gaining the approval of judges Lionel Ritchie and Katy Perry although judge Luke Bryan said no. Her audition was featured in the premiere episode, which aired on ABC on February 14, 2021.
She has posted a number of split-screen TikTok duets featurings members of the Sway House such as Bryce Hall and Noah Beck. She has accumulated over 1.7 million followers on TikTok.
Her famous conservative parents
|Claudia Conway's famous parents. Photo: People|
Her father George Conway is a lawyer. He has been a vocal critic of 45th U.S. President Donald Trump since 2018. Her mother Kellyanne Fitzpatrick Conway is a political consultant and pollster. She worked for Trump from 2017 to 2020.
Before joining the Trump team, where she worked as a campaign manager and then a counselor to the president, Claudia’s mom, Kellyanne, was a political consultant for top Republicans and a strategist for the GOP, NY Post reported.
Her dad, George, meanwhile, is a prominent corporate attorney who represented Jones in her lawsuit against Bill Clinton. He’s the founder of the anti-Trump conservative super political action committee The Lincoln Project.
The rest of Claudia’s family leans right, too. She told Insider last month that she comes from a “huge conservative Italian family” and recalled getting into an argument with an aunt over her choice to wear a “women for Trump” hat.
“Everyone in my family is [sic] Trump supporters except for my dad and I,” she told the outlet.
“I grew up in a very, very conservative family, so I was only exposed to those views for a very long time,” she added.
She wanted to emancipate from her parents
Despite describing her mother as her “best friend,” Claudia claimed she wanted to push for emancipation from her parents.
“I’m officially pushing for emancipation. Buckle up because this is probably going to be public one way or another, unfortunately. Welcome to my life,” the 15-year-old said in a tweet on Aug. 22.
The tweet came alongside many more in which she penned her frustration over her mother’s work for President Trump, and over recent praise of her father.
|She said mom is her best friend. Photo: Biography Daily|
“As for my dad, politically, we agree on absolutely nothing. We just both happen to have common sense when it comes to our current president. Stop ‘stanning’ him,” Claudia tweeted, using a term referring to someone who admires someone or something to the point of obsession.
She added that her mother was “selfish” for pursuing her line of work.
“My mother’s job ruined my life to begin with,” she wrote.
The outburst prompted Kellyanne to announce she was stepping down from her senior role in the White House at the end of August.
Kellyanne said she and her husband both decided they were taking time off to tend to their four children.
A topless photo of her was allegedly leaked on Twitter
On Jan. 26, Claudia claimed a topless photo of her appeared on her mother’s Twitter account under the new Fleets feature — which automatically deletes posts after 24 hours.
The outspoken teen initially said her mom could have posted the intimate snap when she took away her phone.
“The picture’s from months ago and I’m assuming that when my mom took my phone — any time she’s taken it because she takes it all the time — she took a picture of that, so that was on her phone,” Claudia said in a now-deleted TikTok video to her 1.6 million followers.
“And I guess she accidentally posted it, or somebody hacked her.”
A short time later, Claudia insisted that she believes her mother was in fact hacked — and begged people to stop contacting law enforcement.
However, police still paid a visit to the family’s New Jersey mansion and confirmed that a probe into the alleged photo was underway.
Claudia Conway's surprising performance at American Idol
Claudia Conway is reframing her narrative — by using her own voice to navigate the rough waters of online infamy.
The troubled TikTok teen’s first official “American Idol” competition performance came with its own one-woman cheering squad: her mom, former Trump administration spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway.
Claudia appeared to have taken judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie’s previous advice to silence all the “negativity that surrounded her” so she could focus on her vocal potential — and what she wanted out of her suddenly high-profile existence.
The newly raven-haired 16-year-old told viewers on Sunday that she feels it’s the “most important thing in the world” to establish her own identity — through music. In the pre-taped intro package, when Kellyanne offered Claudia some “constructive criticism” about singing, the younger Conway quipped: “Stay in politics, I’ll do the music.”
But with her proud mom cheering her on, she then proceeded to belt out a passionate rendition of “River” by Bishop Briggs during her Genre Challenge performance for Hollywood Week.
The trio of judges approved — and moved Claudia on to the next round while her mom went slow-burn ham like any other crazy-proud parent in the audience.
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