Conway criticized Blitzer for bringing up her marriage and telling his viewers he knew there were "issues."
Kellyanne Conway's husband said he was "horrified" and "appalled" at how the GOP has conducted itself during the impeachment probe.
Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates told a court Tuesday that Trump did discuss WikiLeaks with Roger Stone in 2016.
Michael Bloomberg filed paperwork to enter the 2020 presidential primary on Friday.
Conway commented on Giuliani hiring lawyers to represent him on a mounting investigation into his contact with two men facing campaign finance violation charges, who connected him to Ukrainian officials.
Giuliani's tweet "establishes that Trump was not acting for the country," Conway said.
"He's bitter, he didn't get a job in the administration that he wanted, she did," Trump Jr. said of George and Kellyanne Conway.
While Trump's decision to withdraw troops from Syria has provoked vocal dissent from lawmakers in both parties and faced negative reviews from both Republican and Democratic leaning voters, the impeachment inquiry unfolding in Washington remains a largely partisan affair.
George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband, mocked Trump's tweet Wednesday morning, comparing Trump's claims about military aid in Ukraine to HBO's The Sopranos.
Conway shared his assessment after seeing a video of Kurds throwing stones and tomatoes at American troops departing North Syria under Trump's orders.
"So let's follow up with those Republican members who went on the tv and said there was no quid pro quo now that Mulvaney has enthusiastically admitted to it," Senator Brian Schatz tweeted.
"He lies because he's a sociopath, a con man—to deceive others," Conway said. "He also lies because he's a pathological narcissist—to deceive himself."
"We know you're not in custody (yet)," Conway, who is married to Trump's senior counselor Kellyanne Conway, tweeted.
Conway on Sunday shared screenshots of two tweets posted by Trump that appear to show the president changing his position on Turkey.
The attorney and former Republican, now a staunch critic of the Trump administration, dismissed Pat Cipollone's "garbage" letter to the House.
"Trump not saying much (because) he doesn't know much," said George Conway, the husband of counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway.
In an article, the attorney, who is the husband of senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, laid out in detail what he believes are the president's severe mental problems.
Meghan McCain took another personal swipe at counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway Tuesday, jabbing her with a dismissive comment that many of McCain's own critics threw right back at her.
They were the exact words over an image Trump tweeted earlier of the Untied States with far more red than blue areas.
Husband of presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway tweeted over the weekend about the president's impeachment crisis.
"There may be Republican senators who won't say a word until the moment they say 'guilty' when the roll is called at the end of an impeachment trial," Conway said.
"Gosh, I went back to take a look at Art. I, sec. 8, cl. 11 of the Constitution, and it looks like someone recently amended it," Conway tweeted.
One of President Trump's staunchest critics, George Conway, dismissed the controversy over Attorney General Bill Barr's party as a "silly story."
"Using the presidency to advertise your business's products and for personal profit is an abuse of power and an impeachable offense," the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said.
"Colloquially, though, we can say he's nuts," Conway said.
"I love how these people who work for a rapist have no compunction about making accusations of abuse by someone who criticizes the rapist," Conway tweeted.
Trump has "made it about himself," 2020 presidential candidate and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg said.
The hashtag trended as Twitter users made up hypothetical self-serving remarks they thought Trump could make at funerals.
"Now everyone who didn't know about it wants to read the story that you referred to," Conway tweeted.
It's not the first time the president has seemingly endorsed the perspective of British commentator Katie Hopkins, who has likened immigrants to rodents and encouraged law enforcement to racially profile the public.