Fox Business host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery stopped the former campaign manager for President Donald Trump during the on-air interview, asking him, "Did you have Merlot with dinner?"
Lewandowski again acknowledged that he never read the Mueller report but said he understood its conclusions.
The former campaign manager was criticized for saying that he had no obligation to tell the truth when speaking to the press.
Lewandowski in front of cameras "was playing for an audience of one," and "he was rude, he was insolent, he was stonewalling and then ultimately was revealed to be a liar," Mika Brzezinski said.
"When a guy swears under oath that he goes on television to lie, you can just not book him again," journalist Matthew Yglesias tweeted.
The House Judiciary Committee lawyer grilled Corey Lewandowski and found a way around the ex-Trump campaign manager's stonewalling of Democrats.
"This is one of those hearings where the written transcript will be much more damning," former GOP congressman David Jolly said.
"I've been asked several times today whether the committee will hold you in contempt," Nadler told Lewandowski. "It is certainly under consideration."
Throughout the hours-long hearing, Democratic members accused the former Trump campaign manager of "aiding" Trump in obstructing congressional oversight.
"This is not a Republican primary campaign. You are not on the campaign trial — yet," a Democrat told the former Trump campaign manager. "This is the House Judiciary Committee. Act like you know the difference."
Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump's former communications director, delivered testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, a transcript of which is now public.
"Both have conducted two train-wreck campaigns, and both seem to have lived a politically cursed public life," Lewandowski claims of Biden and Clinton.
"I'm a big boy who understands how the way this business works. But please, sir, don't ever, ever tell me again that I wasn't fired," Christie said he told Trump.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski and a pair of Fox News pundits claimed news media outlets are simply "jealous" of the Trump family's success.
Jeff Brandes reportedly stood up and pointed his finger at Lewandowski as Bill Galvano politely instructed his wife to "hold my scarf."
President Trump's core competency, according to current ally and former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, is that "he's the richest man ever to serve as president of the United States."
If Gillum wins his election, he'd be "the governor of the third-largest state in the country, he's African American, and he pulled off a significant upset. I think he would be a contender for vice president, at least," said Corey Lewandowski.
Chief of staff John Kelly reportedly grabbed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski by the collar and shoved him toward a wall during an argument outside the Oval Office.
Lewandowski made the comments in an interview with one of Sacha Baron Cohen's characters.
Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Zeljka Cvijanovic met with Corey Lewandowski, Steve Bannon, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Kellyanne Conway during a recent trip to Washington D.C.
Lewandowski said Trump's agenda would be set back if Democrats win the House in the midterm elections
Lewandowski made the remark on an appearance on Fox News Tuesday.
Lewandowski traveled to Belgrade on Wednesday.
The comment reportedly sent Hicks running from the room.
"This is not easy. I understand why so many women don't come forward. I mean, I cried," she said.
As the end of Trump's first year in office approaches, White House officials are speculating on who will remain.