Kellyanne Conway's husband made a mocking hashtag — that exposed Trump's untruths — trend on Twitter.
Trump's claim goosed financial markets rattled by his intensifying trade war rhetoric.
White House counsel belts out a line from a Taylor Swift song that sounds a lot like a not-so-coded message to her boss.
Husband of Kellyanne Conway live-tweets Trump's bonkers rally-like event in Pennsylvania.
"The president just wants everything to be investigated,” the senior White House aide told Fox News' Bill Hemmer.
The president who talked of 7/11 instead of 9/11, made up the country of "Nambia" and referred to Revolutionary War airports is appalled by Biden's gaffes.
The Trump-trolling #DoYouHaveASmartPhone hashtag went viral on Twitter with the help of Kellyanne Conway's husband.
The White House aide would not say if she'll urge the president to tone down his remarks about immigrants following the El Paso shooting.
The husband and wife tweeted wildly different responses to the former United Nations ambassador's criticism of the president.
George Conway and others on Twitter have been taking swipes at the president's questionable claim that he “spent a lot of time” at Ground Zero.
"I go by what people do, not what other people say about them," the White House counselor said.
The White House adviser tried to spin Trump's racist rhetoric against Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley.
“Naivete, resentment and outright racism, roiled in a toxic mix, have given us a racist president," the attorney and husband of Kellyanne Conway wrote.
The White House said President Trump's counselor "cannot be compelled to testify."
"I mean, they're being fed," said Ken Cuccinelli, acting director of the Citizenship and Immigration Services office.
The Massachusetts Democrat called Conway "Distraction Becky" after the White House counselor mocked tension between Nancy Pelosi and freshmen Dems.
Kellyanne Conway's husband offered advice to Trump's opposition in 2020.
Freshman lawmaker gets into heated dispute with White House counselor.
"There is clearly a stark income inequality in this country," the Fox News host told the White House chief economic adviser.
A Democratic-led House panel — which includes Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Ayanna Pressly (D-Mass.) — voted to subpoena Kellyanne Conway after she failed to show up for a hearing. Only one Republican crossed party lines to join Democrats.