KELLYANNE Conway has said that she plans to do an "even better job" as a stay-at-home mom once she steps down from her position at the White House.
Conway, who recently announced that she is set to leave her role as counselor to the president at the end of August, was speaking to the Washington Post ahead of the final night of the Republican National Convention.
Towards the end of her more-than-30-minute interview, Conway was asked about what her future might hold.
Having said that she plans to write one, or possibly more, books, Conway explained how she is focused more on reading "algebra books and world history books and religion books with the kids."
This new life, she added, would require her to "invest in leisure wear" and to "hover over my kids as they hover of their computers."
Conway, 53, was then asked to confirm that her kids would be heading back to school.
The mom-of-four said: "Not at the moment. They're not doing that any time soon.
"That is the new normal, and I've always been there for them, and this time I'm going to be there with them, because during the spring and the pandemic I was at the White House practically every day, doing what I could as all parents, and particular moms across the country, were trying to do their best, too.
"But we're going to do an even better job this time altogether."
Conways interview comes days after her left-leaning daughter, Claudia, 15, posted a video on TikTok in reaction to her moms withdrawal from politics.
Claudia – who, along with her father, George Conway, has been a strong critic of President Donald Trump – said that her parents “didn’t even talk about it with any of us.”
The 15-year-old had earlier tweeted on Saturday that she was "pushing for emancipation" from her family, having openly funded with her parents on TikTok and Twitter all summer.
At one point, Claudia also urged Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to adopt her.
She also tweeted on Sunday that she was taking a break form social media due to mental health concerns.
Claudia wrote: "this is becoming way too much so i am taking a mental health break from social media. see y’all soon. thank you for the love and support. no hate to my parents please."
Speaking at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, Conway hailed "family, faith and freedom" in her speech.
The 53-year-old said: "I was raised in a household of all women. They were self reliant and resilient. Their lives were not easy, they never complained, and money was tight.
"But we had an abundance of what mattered most – family, faith and freedom.
"I learned that in America, limited means does not make for limited dreams.
"The promise of America belongs to us all."
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