George Conway

Donald Trump's former White House adviser admits in her new memoir that she had a hard time competing with her husband's "new fling."
The former president forgot the name of someone he endorsed for the Senate, earning a jibe from the conservative attorney.
The former president claimed his onetime adviser had "totally destroyed" her husband, whom he called "mentally ill."
Having your statements pulled by your accountants "is just about the most calamitous thing that could happen" to your business, the conservative attorney said.
"Somebody really should read him his Miranda rights. He has the right to remain silent," the conservative attorney said.
"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."