Haley, who left her U.N. post last December, expressed her view that her former boss speaks the truth and is fit to be president on NBC's Today show on Tuesday.
Conway criticized Blitzer for bringing up her marriage and telling his viewers he knew there were "issues."
"He said, she said, he said, he thinks, I interpreted—CIA does not stand for conjecture, interpretation and assumptions," Trump's senior counselor argued.
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.
"You want the president impeached and you don't have the goods," Conway told NBC News' Peter Alexander after the two had a lengthy exchange about the witnesses.
"I don't know whether aid was being held up and for how long," the White House counselor told CNN's Dana Bash.
"Doesn't it matter that the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine...said there was a quid pro quo?" Chris Wallace asked.
"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.
"But the lieutenant colonel says the transcript wasn't accurate," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade interjected
The White House counselor has used visual aids to make her point on more than one occasion.
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.
Dr. David Shulkin has written in a new book about his time amid the "toxic, chaotic, and subversive" environment of the Trump administration.
Conway shared his assessment after seeing a video of Kurds throwing stones and tomatoes at American troops departing North Syria under Trump's orders.
"Tweets might seem like small potatoes, but it illustrates the Trump administration's larger disdain for government ethics," a spokesman for the watchdog told Newsweek.
"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.
"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.
Husband of presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway tweeted over the weekend about the president's impeachment crisis.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a resolution last week that allowed and detailed procedures for the panel to follow as it continues its lengthy investigation into whether Trump committed high crimes and misdemeanors.
"This is why it's so important to have a president who isn't a typical politician," the senior White House counselor said.
Steyer appears to have failed to qualify for September's Democratic debate, as candidates need to obtain at least 2 percent support in two separate polls. Thus far, Steyer has only met the criteria with one poll.
"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.
"All forms of hate have to really – they have to be reigned in," the Trump official said.
"Stop raising money—Elizabeth Warren, I'm talking to you, for Senate candidates off of this," Conway said on Fox News.
"Violating the Hatch Act after you should have already been fired for violating the Hatch Act doesn't make it any less of a violation," the watchdog tweeted.
Conway quote tweeted Haley's, "This is so unnecessary," tweet and remarked, "THIS is so unnecessary Trump-PENCE2020."
"Well, we want secure elections," Conway said. "We don't want anyone to interfere with them, whether they are a foreign government or the domestic press corps."
"Mueller himself has said that his report is his testimony," Conway said. "That ought to be respected and that ought to be accepted."