As 2018 gets underway, The White House is doing everything they can to deflect from the constant negativity surrounding them and trying to focus on something positive. With the economy improving, Donald Trump has done his best to bring attention to the news, with Kellyanne Conway following in lockstep.

Conway on Trump

With the release of Michael Wolff's book "Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House," all the headlines have been dominated by the allegations, claims, and drama that were revealed in its context. Since the first excerpts were released earlier this week, Donald Trump and the White House have been on the defensive and dismissing the book as nothing more than "made up stories." The president has taken to Twitter on more than one occasion to bring attention to the book, and to attack his now former friend in Steve Bannon for turning his back on the administration during several revealing interviews with Wolff.

While this has been taking place, the president and his team have also made sure to speak out on the current state of the economy, which has produced steady job growth and record numbers in the stock market. Doubling down on these talking points was Kellyanne Conway during a pair of tweets on January 5.

Taking to Twitter on Friday night was Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway who decided to share two posts on social media about the economy in her best attempt to drive attention away from the Michael Wolff book.

"Strong jobs report today, including this stat," Conway tweeted, before adding, "At 6.8 percent, black unemployment reached the lowest rate on record in December."

In a follow-up tweet, Kellyanne Conway wrote "Keep 'em coming," while adding a link to a post by the Washington Examiner that notes, "Over 1 million getting 'Trump Bonus' from tax reform victory, up to $3,000." As expected, those who have been critical of the president were quick to fire back.

Instant backlash

In response to Kellyanne Conway, those who oppose the Donald Trump made sure to give the presidential counsel a reality check on the economy. "Job growth lower than in any one of the last six year of Obama's presidency," one tweet read.

"Slowest year-long jobs report since 2010," one Twitter user pointed out.

"Shouldn't you be packing a 'go' bag?" another tweet wondered in reference to the possibility of a Trump impeachment. "You left out the part where 2017 was slowest job growth in 4 years and wages are stagnant," a follow-up tweet stated.

"Keep spinning for Dotard Donny! Sad!" an additional tweet noted. "Aren't you supposed to be working on opiod addiction? Ask your boss," a social media user posted.