Although Conway violated the Hatch Act-a federal law enacted in 1939 barring federal employees from engaging in partisan politics while serving in government-nothing is likely to happen, as President Donald Trump resides over any ethics breaches within his administration.
The TV appearances in question are a November 20 appearance on Fox & Friends in which Conway spoke out against Doug Jones, the Democratic opponent of accused child molester Moore, and a December 6 appearance on New Day when she did the same.
The ethically fraught incident more than a year ago bought Conway a brief meeting with White House ethics lawyers but no practical consequences.
Conway, who served as Trump's campaign manager before taking on her role as White House senior counselor, has previously run afoul of Shaub and other presidential ethics experts who criticized her for publicly endorsing the clothing and jewelry line sold by Trump's daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump.
In an Orwellian twist, the statement concludes by asserting that Conway's violation of the Hatch Act illustrates her desire to comply with the Hatch Act. "He's bad for property owners".
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Referring to Jones, she said, "He'll be a reliable vote for tax hikes, he'll be a reliable vote against border security, he'll be a reliable vote against national security, against the Second Amendment, against life". It has also been noted that she was standing on White House grounds in one of these interviews.
The Hatch Act bars government officials from using the authority of their office to influence elections.
Asked about the former aide's claim that Mr Trump had "done something" in relation to the Russians, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said this was "incorrect". He'll be a vote against tax cuts.
"Make no mistake about it, if Trump does not fire Kellyanne Conway after THREE Hatch Act violations another redline will be crossed", Eisen said.
This isn't the first time a federal oversight agency has recommended action against Conway, nor is it the first time the White House has instead elected to defend her, not discipline her. "When the president endorsed Roy Moore - when he started to talk about Doug Jones, the opponent here which you still don't want to talk about but the president does, Roy Moore took a lead in the polls again", she said.
"In both instances, Conway appeared in her official capacity".
Conway came under fire for violating a different ethics provision a year ago, when she pushed Trump supporters to purchase products sold under the Ivanka Trump brand. A special counsel, Robert Mueller, is leading that probe.