Kellyanne Conway Venmo Account
The Internet Discovered Kellyanne Conway’s Venmo Account and Can’t Stop Trolling It
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Well, that didn't take long. After discovering the existence of Sean Spicer's Venmo account, the internet quickly found Kellyanne Conway's account as well and immediately started to troll it.
Conway's account was originally found by Bowen Yang, a comedian, and Janie Stolar, a comedy writer, who both tweeted a screenshot of their requests to Conway.
Pay @KellyannePolls two cents and make your voice heard. (OH YEAH WHITE HOUSE STAFF IS PUBLIC ON VENMO.) pic.twitter.com/fgOPoT8r4S
— Bowen Yang (@bowenyang) February 7, 2017
Round 2. h/t @BillyDomineau pic.twitter.com/ciU7SdIFDK
— Janie Stolar (@JanieFierce) February 7, 2017
Unlike Sean Spicer's account, I couldn't see any past transactions to verify whether this is Conway's account. This of course hasn't stopped the internet from sending Conway money to make a point about alternative facts or her standup.
At the time of writing, you can still request and send Conway money.
With people trolling both Spicer's and Conway's Venmo accounts, it should be no surprise if this starts to happen to even more White House staffers.