George Conway

"If you don't at least look at this with the closest possible microscope, you're basically saying that a president is completely above the law," the attorney said.
The conservative attorney named the "fundamental truth" hidden in Trump's insurrection claims.
“That tells you a lot here," the attorney said of the legal hurdles federal investigators had to surmount before raiding the former Trump lawyer's home and offices.
The teen, whose mother is former Trump White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, tried to regain her footing after a rough start.
The daughter of former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said it was a "really cool opportunity."
The former White House counselor was lambasted on social media after allegedly sharing a topless image of her 16-year-old daughter, Claudia Conway, on Fleets.
“We might as well say, flat-out, that presidents are above the law," the attorney wrote.
The president "can’t see the truth from his own lies and fantasies," the conservative attorney said.
"They’ve already lost a case in the U.S. Supreme Court ― and are about to lose there again, very, very soon," the conservative attorney wrote.
The president and his former aide received a stark reminder of comments they made in November 2016.
After being mocked on Twitter, the president claimed his "sources" told him it was true.
The conservative attorney flipped the script in a satirical op-ed titled: "I believe in the president, now more than ever."
"In Claudia Conway, I see a Gen-Z alter-ego, a teenager I might have been."
In an exclusive clip from a new film, “Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump,” George Conway spills on what goes on inside Trump’s head.
“Being president, you actually have to play multi-dimensional chess. He’s not even playing tic-tac-toe."
Conway made a surprise announcement about stepping down from her top role in the misogynistic leader's administration earlier in the week.
Kellyanne Conway, one of President Donald Trump’s longest-serving aides, is leaving the White House at the end of August to tend to her children.
The longtime aide to Trump said she was stepping away at the end of the month to focus on her family.
The conservative attorney laid out Trump's mountain of lies and misdeeds in a piece titled "I (Still) Believe the President, and in the President."
"For the sake of our constitutional republic, he must lose, and lose badly. Yet that should be just a start," the conservative attorney wrote.