George T. Conway III

Washington, D.C.

Contributing columnist
George T. Conway III, a Washington Post contributing columnist, is a lawyer.
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Trump is out for vengeance — and to protect himself from prosecution

Seeking vengeance (and fearing prosecution), Trump runs again.

November 15, 2022

Hutchinson’s testimony shatters any Trump defense of no criminal intent

Here's what D.J. Trump and O.J. Simpson have in common.

June 30, 2022

Jan. 6 hearings point up critical role of the 25th Amendment

With a single sheet of paper, the vice president and Cabinet could have sidelined Trump for good.

June 16, 2022

A federal judge said Trump probably committed a crime. The DOJ can’t ignore that.

The opinion by Carter, a former prosecutor nominated by President Bill Clinton, makes clear Eastman has good reason to worry about criminal consequences.

March 30, 2022

Trump’s luck may finally be running out

When his accounting firm quit, disavowing the past 10 years of financial statements they prepared for him, they might as well have said, "We don’t trust you — and we’re certainly not going to jail for you."

February 18, 2022

The Supreme Court’s order against Donald Trump is even worse for him than it appears

The former president’s assertions of executive privilege were so outlandish that they made the rulings against him even worse than they could have been.

January 21, 2022

Trump debe responder en los tribunales por sus delitos en el Capitolio

Si el fiscal general de Estados Unidos habla en serio cuando dice que los perpetradores a cualquier nivel del asalto al Capitolio serán responsabilizados, entonces el Departamento de Justicia puede y debe responsabilizar a Donald Trump.

January 6, 2022

Trump must have his day in court for Jan. 6

As president, Donald Trump had the duty to intervene and stop the violence he unleashed.

January 5, 2022

America owes thanks to Trump’s lawyers — even William Barr

A book by ABC News's Jonathan Karl sheds new light on the vital role played by the culture of the legal profession in blunting efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

June 28, 2021