"Late Show" host hits back after Kellyanne Conway said the hearings make her want to sleep.
The MSNBC host also explained her on-air cursing out of Fox News' Laura Ingraham.
Kellyanne Conway's husband calls out Republican lawmakers for "ridiculous arguments" in defense of Trump.
The White House counselor said she was unaware of whether U.S. "aid was being held and for how long" from Ukraine.
The president has tweeted more than 11,000 times since taking office, according to a New York Times analysis. More than half attacked someone or something.
And "mayest all quid pro quos be thine," scoffed Kellyanne Conway's husband in response to a prayer circle in the White House.
The presidential counselor denied threatening a Washington Examiner reporter after the paper released a recording of their heated phone call.
"The transcript of this call is beyond parody," one person fired back.
The White House counselor also threatened to start delving into the personal lives of reporters.
The last time the White House aide was nabbed using her job for partisan politics, she responded: “Blah, blah, blah ... Let me know when the jail sentence starts.”
Kellyanne Conway's husband also tore into the people who remain silent on Trump in a wide-ranging new interview.
Kellyanne Conway's husband lays out long argument for Trump's removal, then learns of his bombshell call asking Chinese president to launch Biden probe.
"Without a doubt," declared the husband of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway.
“She does the worst thing a woman in power can do ... she just changes her mind because the men around her said, ’Change your mind,'" Trump's aide claimed.
"To borrow John Dean’s haunting Watergate-era metaphor ... there is a cancer on the presidency and cancers, if not removed, only grow," Conway wrote.
"On the plus side, everyone knows Trump's promises aren't good for anything!" one person pointed out on Twitter.
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.