HomePolitical NewsGeorge Conway: GOP Senators 'Know Trump is Guilty' Keely Sharp January 22, 2020 Oh dear. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway's husband, George Conway, is on the anti-Trump train. On Wednesday, he chastised Senate Republicans for blocking any new evidence or witnesses from being presented in the impeachment trial. He accused them of not wanting to see new evidence because they know that Donald Trump is "guilty." Or, hear me out, they know this whole trial is a farce and they are ready to put it to rest. “What are they afraid of?" Conway asked on CNN, "They going to hear evidence they won’t like? That's the thing that I find most disturbing about it, is they don't want to hear the evidence because they know the truth. They know he's guilty. And they don’t want to hear the evidence because they don’t want the American public to see it too." The Hill reports: Conway's comments followed a day in which Senate Republicans tabled severalDemocratic amendments that would have compelled the White House to turn over documents related to delayed Ukrainian military aid. The Senate passed an organizing resolution that stipulates that new witnesses and documents will be considered after opening arguments and a 16-hour question and answer period for senators. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) contended that all the documents and witness requests that Democrats put forward "could be dealt with at the appropriate time." But Democrats have raised fears that the upper chamber could take part in a "cover up" by denying evidence. They have specifically called for former national security adviser John Boltonand acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney to testify in the trial. Conservative lawyer George Conway on GOP treatment of the impeachment trial: “What are they afraid of? …That's the thing that I find most disturbing about it, is they don't want to hear the evidence because they know the truth. They know he's guilty.” https://t.co/IGr2Hy8bff pic.twitter.com/1c4WJ3Iyta — CNN (@CNN) January 22, 2020 "This is a moment of reckoning, not just for the country and for the rule of law and the Constitution, it’s a very specific day of reckoning for the Republican senators and the Republican Party in general," Conway added, “Are they going to stand for lies instead of truth? Are they going to stand for gaslighting instead of reality? Are they going to do the bidding of this one man? That’s what this is about."