The White House counselor's husband is not mincing his words.
Kellyanne Conway is in charge of the White House's efforts to tackle the opioid epidemic.
"The idea that I, or other women like me, have to ask our husbands how to vote, it's really a joke," Conway said.
The act bars executive branch employees except the president, vice president and certain high-level officials from engaging in political activity in their official capacity.
Trump reportedly is the one who had given Conway personal approval to criticize a Senate candidate.
Christie described the White House counselor as "skilled on television."
Rob Porter's first wife said she "expected a woman to do better" after White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders stood by the president's defense of her allegedly abusive ex-husband.
Hicks is said to be dating the White House aide who resigned over allegations of domestic abuse from former partners.
She said they had appeared on several networks.
The budget President Donald Trump is set to release on Monday is expected to slash the drug office's funding.
Kellyanne Conway told Fox & Friends "you take a knee for the lord and you stand for the flag" before the Super Bowl game on Sunday.
The White House counselor was debating the government shutdown with CNN's Chris Cuomo.
As the end of Trump's first year in office approaches, White House officials are speculating on who will remain.
Conway said her #MeToo moment "was very public and nobody cared about it" because she was a Republican managing Donald Trump's campaign.
Even if you exclude his alleged sexual advances, Trump doesn't have the best record.
The president's counselor said the report was evidence of an attempt to get rid of Trump.
"The best way to stop people from dying from overdoses and drug abuse is by not starting in the first place," Conway told Fox News in October.
Trump telling Conway to criticize an Alabama Senate candidate on TV is the "very definition of a Hatch Act violation," Shaub said.
"She has violated the Hatch Act by using her position to take sides in a partisan election," Richard Painter said on Twitter.
Conway detailed all the reasons why Moore, who is accused of sexual assault, would make a better senator than his rival Democrat Doug Jones.
Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit.