Kellyanne Conway’s Venmo Account Is Getting the Sean Spicer Troll Treatment
When people found out that Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s Venmo account was public, the trolls went wild. You’d think that would prompt the rest of the administration to quickly lock up their own accounts, but apparently Kellyanne Conway was too busy dealing with her own controversial “Bowling Green Massacre” sitch to have gotten the memo. That’s why her own Venmo account is currently getting the true troll treatment.
Apparently after the Sean Spicer Venmo troll-fest, folks found Kellyanne’s own Venmo (or perhaps created one, as it hasn’t been verified that it’s actually her account) and decided to request payments for various amounts that folks feel she should compensate them for.
— We Persist Domineau (@BillyDomineau) February 7, 2017
— Janie Stolar (@JanieFierce) February 7, 2017
— Katie Reed (@thatkatiereed) February 7, 2017
In case you missed it, Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer have public Venmo accounts: pic.twitter.com/q506AktbqB
— Christian Kelly (@ckleinkelly) February 7, 2017
just venmo requested $5.79 from kellyanne conway — the exact price of a crunch wrap supreme.
— Dan Belnavis (@danbelnavis) February 7, 2017
Some are even willing to give their two cents (both literally and figuratively)…
Though, just like Sean Spicer, it looks like Kellyanne has no intention of paying up…
Checks and balances, huh? pic.twitter.com/R0qBdKcJif
— We Persist Domineau (@BillyDomineau) February 8, 2017
What do you think about people trolling Kellyanne’s Venmo account? Tweet us @BritandCo!
(h/t Pop Sugar; photo via Chip Somodevilla/Getty)
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