Conway was part of Trump's team since she managed the Trump campaign to a victorious campaign over Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The PAC, which was co-founded by George Conway, urged voters to oust Trump from office in November to "protect our families."
Claudia Conway, daughter of counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, became the latest member of the New Jersey-based political family to be drawn into the divisive world of President Donald Trump.
The Lincoln Project, a group of disaffected Republicans, released a video condemning the tenure of the president and his response to the coronavirus.
The attack ad "Mourning in America" is a play on President Ronald Reagan's 1984 campaign ad "Morning in America" and targets President Donald Trump's response to coronavirus.
The U.S. representative from Michigan announced an exploratory committee for seeking the Libertarian Party nomination in the next election.
"Joe Biden has the humanity, empathy and steadiness we need in a leader," The Lincoln Project said Wednesday.
The first lady made her remarks while delivering a speech at the PTA Legislative Conference in Alexandria, Virginia.
The co-founder of an anti-Trump group wrote in a Washington Post op-ed that there was no one better than Attorney General William Barr at predicting the president's whims.
Conway told CNN this morning that President Donald Trump's legal team was "treating the Senate like they're morons. It's just outrageous."
The Lincoln Project, a Republican organization against Trump, released its first video, which criticizes evangelical Trump supporters.
After President Donald Trump tweeted that Democrats have no impeachment case against him, attorney and Trump critic George Conway asked, "Why not let all your people testify? What are you so scared of?"
Two days after the Democrat-led House approved two articles of impeachment against Trump, Pelosi invited the president to deliver his annual SOTU address on February 4.
"There's a term for this 'hate'—narcissistic rage," Conway said.
The lawyer, and husband of President Donald Trump's White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, has taken aim at the president again on Twitter.
George Conway, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway's husband, called Donald Trump "inept" and said foreign leaders see him as a "deranged idiot" on Twitter.
The conservative attorney's remarks came in response to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's assertion that the FBI investigation of Trump's campaign was a "modern-day Watergate."
Lindsey Graham on Sunday accused Pelosi of playing "with a dead cat" and condemned the Democrat-led House for aggressively pursuing impeachment.
The attorney—who is married to senior presidential aide Kellyanne Conway—has long been a prominent critic of Trump.
In his op-ed, George Conway warned Republicans that their legacies will be stained if they do not allow a full impeachment trial for President Donald Trump.
Trump critic George Conway responded calmly to President Donald Trump's angry tweets about his impending impeachment by saying, "You seem unhappy."
If defeating Trump means Democrats take over the Senate and expand their majority in the House, they said, it's a price they're willing to pay.
"This isn't the first time he's made this specific mistake, so you can't chalk it up to the slip of a finger," the conservative attorney said.
The sketch comedy mocked the couple's marriage in a faux trailer that also starred Scarlett Johansson.
Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager, described George Conway as "irrelevant" and a "lost puppy."
"A minor child deserves privacy and should be kept out of politics," the Melania Trump tweeted. "Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed."
The husband of Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway claimed the video showed that the world thinks the president is a "deranged buffoon."
George Conway once again called out his wife, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, on Twitter Monday afternoon, this time taking a direct shot at her and her boss, President Donald Trump.
George Conway on Thursday denied that his family were the authors behind "A Warning," a new tell-all book penned by an anonymous Trump administration official.
George Conway has shared polls that show more Americans want Trump impeached and removed from office than who wanted Richard Nixon removed from office before his 1974 resignation.