That all changed this week after Mr Conway did an interview with the Washington Post in which he said he tweets about Mr Trump in order to avoid taking his frustrations out on his wife. Kellyanne apparently thinks it's a "clever" name.
Conway declined to comment on the fight's impact on his career and refused to say anything at all about his marriage.
This is, of course, a reference to the Southern District of New York's prosecutors dubbing Trump "Individual-1" in court filings having to do with Michael Cohen's campaign finance violations.
The counselor came to the president's aid in a Wednesday Politico article, saying that her husband should not "play psychiatrist" after he had suggested in tweets that Trump suffered from "narcissistic personality disorder" and "malignant narcissism" during their dayslong feud, as IJR Blue reported.
He also doubled down on his jabs about Trump's mental health by sharing a still of Humphrey Bogart as the paranoid, mentally ill leader Captain Queeg from the 1954 film The Caine Mutiny.
Conway said Tuesday that he opted against working at the Justice Department after Trump offered him a position heading the civil division because he watched Trump attack the department's leaders and then fire James Comey, the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, in early 2017.
"I barely know him, but just take a look", Trump added on Twitter, "a stone cold LOSER & husband from hell!" The event was put together by Georgetown Law's Institute for Constitutional Advocacy & Protection (ICAP) and a group Conway started, called Checks and Balances. Conway, a conservative lawyer, withdrew from consideration for the role early in Trump's presidency.More news: Boeing: French investigators find crash 'similarities'
Responding to Trump's attack, Conway fired back: "You. are".
"I am profoundly grateful to you and to the Attorney General for selecting me to serve as Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division of the Department of Justice", Conway wrote to Trump in the letter.
Can you imagine your boss calling your spouse a "total loser" and "husband from hell"??
The White House soap opera continues. "You think he should just take that sitting down?" "Most of the unsolicited emails I've gotten have been positive", he said.
"People often will compare it to Mary Matalin and James Carville", she said, referring to the married political consultants from opposing parties.
"It's usually the other way around", she said.
"I think he's doing a tremendous disservice to a wonderful wife". "This is about morals and values and ethics".