"It doesn’t diminish his incompetence, ignorance or propensity for administrative chaos," Kellyanne Conway's husband wrote in a searing column.
The fierce Trump critic went full George Orwell to highlight the network’s shift in tone.
"No one should forget their responsibility, not this fall, in 2022 and 2024 -- or ever," the conservative attorney tweeted.
The Lincoln Project said it won't allow Trump to gaslight America.
Kellyanne Conway's attorney husband explained why the moniker is more fitting than ever.
Kellyanne Conway's husband interpreted the attorney general's criticism as more of a masked warning.
So ... he's "admitting that he's running on a platform of unrestrained narcissism," tweeted George Conway.
"America beware," writes the husband of the president's counselor Kellyanne Conway. "He's very, very angry."
A new song by an evangelical singer shames Christian supporters of President Donald Trump.
Kellyanne Conway's husband highlighted Trump's many, many mistakes in a lengthy Twitter thread.
Many people interpreted the comments as Trump admitting he obstructed Congress.
George Conway's Lincoln Project released a new ad that demands impartiality during Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
An ad from the Lincoln Project, led by George Conway and other anti-Trump Republicans, is calling out evangelicals who support the president.
“Beware of false prophets," warns the spot by the conservative group the Lincoln Project.
"The evidence is hard to ignore," writes the husband of presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway.
The conservative attorney and husband of counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway got another anti-Trump hashtag trending.
This president has to go, even if it means Democratic control of Congress, members of the new Lincoln Project wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
Things get steamy in a hotel room over impeachment.
The daytime talk show co-hosts riffed over the latest public drama between the White House counselor and her lawyer husband.