It was named for Henry Wharton Conway, a member of the Arkansas Territory’s delegation to Congress.At the time, it comprised 2,500 square miles and included most of the present Conway, Faulkner, Van Buren, White, Cleburne, and Perry counties and part of Yell County.Kellyanne Conway has talked down an army of Donald Trump critics with her conversational voodoo — but will she be able to take on her own husband?She might have to, because George Conway has NOT been holding back his opinions on the President lately!White House counselor Kellyanne Conway clashed Sunday with CNN’s Dana Bash when she was asked about her husband’s tweets that criticize President Trump.“What is up with your husband’s tweets? George Conway’s tweets critical of the POTUS have drawn attention, considering his wife’s job within the administration.Last month, he began deleting tweets that commented on the president’s legal problems and staff shakeups.“He writes a lot of things that are also supportive, and he writes a lot of things about corgis and Philadelphia Eagles and sports, too,” Conway responded with a smile to Bash.
Conway County was established by an act of the territorial legislature on October 20, 1825, from land taken from Pulaski County.
When my men are petrified to go on a certain network I say, "Kellyanne will you go? Trump did not say which network left his staffers too terrified to go on air, but he might have been referring to CNN.
Trump's homage to Conway came as he was addressing a room full of his campaign donors at Washington DC's train station.
The county was under French and Spanish rule before the Louisiana Purchase put it under American control, though there were no permanent French or Spanish settlements in the area.
A few Americans had settled in the area before the Louisiana Purchase, such as the family of Benjamin Standlee, who lived above the mouth of Cadron Creek from 1777 to 1780.