Jane Fonda says Kellyanne Conway and husband George must have great sex to stay together despite different views
JANE FONDA thinks Kellyanne and George Conway must have great sex given their far differing political views.
In an interview with Howard Stern, the notoriously liberal Fonda spoke about her former relationship with famously right-wing Jon Voight, adding she can't be friends with people of different political views.
But she said that works well for a married couple such as the Conways.
"I don't understand how people who are on extreme opposite positions politically can live together," Fonda said on Stern's SiriusXM show. "I just don't how they do that."
Stern continued Fonda's questioning of their relationship, asking "How are they pulling that off? They must be killing each other," he joked.
Then Fonda offered a theory that could explain their marriage.
"They must have really good sex," she said. "It must be the sex that keeps them together."
The Conways have been in the limelight since before Trump took office. Kellyanne went from being Trump's campaign manager to being Counselor to the President. She recently resigned from her position last month following public scrutiny due to her daughter's social media presence.
George Conway has been a stark Trump critic. He founded the Lincoln Project to get Trump out of office.
Fonda pointed to her own relationships for evidence on her theory. When Stern asked her if sex was the answer to the Conways' and others' marriages, Fonda responded immediately.
"Yeah," she enthusiastically said. "You bet."
The Conways have recently said they're taking a step back from their political careers to spend more time with their family.
Their daughter Claudia, famous on Twitter and TikTok, has offered an insight into her parents' relationship. Kellyanne, when she announced her resignation, said she would be a great stay-at-home mom to her daughter.
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