Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Donald Trump, found herself in controversy this week after she cited the "Bowling Green Massacre" as an example of refugees coming to America and inciting terrorism during an interview defending Trump's recent executive order on immigration and refugees.
However, the "Bowling Green Massacre" never happened — and mainstream media outlets were quick to point that out. Conway, she later clarified, was referencing the Bowling Green terrorists, two Iraqi refugees who were sentenced in 2013 for admitting to attacking U.S. soldiers in Iraq in addition to attempting to send weapons to Al Qaeda.
Still, Conway's clarification didn't stop Chelsea Clinton, daughter of Bill and Hillary, from taking a jab at her.
Writing on Twitter Friday, addressing the recent attempted terror attack at Paris' Louvre museum, Clinton instructed her followers to not "make up" attacks" — an obvious jab at Conway.
"Very grateful no one seriously hurt in the Louvre attack ...or the (completely fake) Bowling Green Massacre. Please don't make up attacks," Clinton wrote.
The tweet has been retweeted more than 35,000 times and "liked" nearly 100,000 times.
But while Clinton didn't mention Conway or direct the tweet to her, Conway knew Clinton was taking a jab at her. Conway was quick to respond — and remind Clinton of one of her mother's famous lies.
"Bosnia lie a Great reminder," Conway wrote back, referencing the time Hillary Clinton lied about landing in a helicopter in Bosnia under sniper fire in 1996 when she was first lady.
Then Conway dropped a bomb on Clinton, reminding her that Hillary lost to Trump in last year's presidential election.
"And 2 @ChelseaClinton & others, you can't "invent" quality candidates either," Conway wrote. "I misspoke; you lost the election."