"I'd like to thank the Never Trumpers for delivering Bernie Sanders as the possible nominee now," Conway said.
"Does the president think the McCabe case should be reopened and he should be prosecuted?" Chris Wallace asked.
"Who mutters to themselves through a State of the Union?" Conway asked. "She looked like she was reading the Cheesecake Factory menu all night, going through every single page."
Kellyanne Conway insisted that President Donald Trump's release of aid to Ukraine, just after the whistleblower report that led to his impeachment was released to Congress, was merely a "coincidence" during an appearance on Fox News Tuesday.
"I think they [the Senate] should hear the testimony that they can get," Congressman Francis Rooney said.
"I don't know Lev Parnas. What documents?" Conway said during a CNN interview.
Conway said critics of the president need to understand that the strike was in Americans' best interests.
"The president has conducted himself as if he were above the law since he was sworn in," Noah Bookbinder wrote in an editorial for USA Today.
The lawyer, and husband of President Donald Trump's White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, has taken aim at the president again on Twitter.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a lawsuit last week demanding that the agency tasked with enforcing the Hatch Act take more disciplinary action against Conway over ethics violations.
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."
"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.
President Donald Trump's White House counselor said not only did the president have the backing of his base but independents were supporting him too.
Brad Parscale, Trump's campaign manager, described George Conway as "irrelevant" and a "lost puppy."
The senior White House counselor to President Donald Trump called former vice president Joe Biden "creepy" and derided the Ukraine-related impeachment case.
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.
Conway said Mexico and Canada "turn on the TV or flip on the internet and they say, 'This is what you're spending your time?'" referring to Congress and ongoing impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump.
Conway said the 77-year-old billionaire's late entrance into the 2020 race "means that the Democratic field is underwhelming."
In an appearance on CNN, the Republican congressman stressed that marijuana legalization has a generational divide, rather than a partisan one.
Responding to a New York Post reporter who called Kellyanne Conway a "cheerleader" and an "enabler" of the president, the George Conway tweeted "She's both."
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.