Conway's tweet was a response to CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp, who argued that he didn't know whether the president "lies all the time" during his appearance on CNN.
Donald Trump has previously denied reporting that he mocked Jeff Sessions as a "dumb Southerner."
"We can have ideological differences and that's fine. But these tactics allow a small group to force the other 200+ members into actions that the majority disagree with."
Vice President Mike Pence on Friday bashed Democrats and socialism to the conservative conference-goers while praising Trump's "promises made and promises kept."
The Green New Deal, claimed Gorka, is a "Watermelon. Green on the outside, deep, deep red communist on the inside."
"I don't think we're there yet," Democrat Raja Krishnamoorthi told Newsweek. "I personally think that's way too premature, and we should be investigating and then seeing what the conclusion of the investigation is."
"It's way too close to the line for comfort, that is for sure," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek on Wednesday about Roger Stone's comment.
"Shame on you, Mr. Jordan," Michael Cohen told the Republican congressman during his House testimony. "I took responsibility, and I take responsibility... I am remorseful, and I am going to prison."
"Michael was lobbying EVERYONE to be 'Chief of Staff,'" Eric Trump claimed.
John Dean's testimony marked one of the first times a former White House official had spoken out against President Richard Nixon.
Michael Cohen will reportedly accuse Donald Trump of engaging in criminal conduct while in office.
The general in charge of U.S. military operations in North America dodged questions Tuesday on what specific threat at the southern border justifies President Trump declaring a national emergency.
Trump's attorneys told The New York Times that the notes were a jewel in special counsel Robert Mueller's evidence that President Donald Trump may have obstructed justice.
"You shame yourself & the Office of the Presidency," former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted at Trump.
President Donald Trump was reacting to a question about voter fraud in North Carolina, where Republican Mark Harris' apparent victory has been overturned.
"At what point is it immoral that we're building Jeff Bezos a helipad when we have the most amount of homeless people in New York City?" Ocasio-Cortez said during an appearance on Showtime's new late-night series 'Desus and Mero.'
However, the president's rallies painted a very different picture.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said he had come to realize that wearing a Confederate uniform was "insensitive."
"If you're just flying under the radar, just trying to get your check...then what's the point of being in politics?" the New York Democrat said on Showtime's "Desus & Mero."
"People aren't starting out on the same base in terms of their ability to succeed, and so we have got to recognize that and give people a lift up," Senator Kamala Harris said.