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Kellyanne Conway demolishes liberal 'leak' agenda with one phrase

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President Donald Trump's top adviser, Kellyanne Conway, slammed reports that she was a White House leaker during a Monday appearance on Fox News' "Fox and Friends."

Co-host Steve Doocy addressed reports alleging that Conway was overheard sharing sensitive White House information with reporters and colleagues during a Washington, D.C., party Friday night.

A Twitter account alleged that Conway was overheard criticizing Trump, White House legislative affairs director Marc Short, and White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.

An account with the handle @KellyanneLeaks tweeted photos of Conway speaking with reporters and others during the party.

The account alleged that Conway was overheard criticizing Short.

“Honestly, what the f*** does Marc Short do all day?” she reportedly asked.

The account also claimed that Conway was told by Trump to “go out there and say that booted FBI Director ‘Jim Comey is going to have to wait and see about the tapes.'”

Onlookers allegedly witnessed Conway mocking Priebus telling White House staff to refrain from leaking information to the media.

Politico also reported similar information Saturday:

Kellyanne Conway was overheard Thursday night talking about her West Wing co-workers to fellow revelers at a party. Conway was having an off-the-record conversation with a group of reporters and other attendees at the British Embassy at their election-night watch party. She said President Donald Trump told her to "go out there and say 'Jim Comey is going to have to wait and see about the tapes.'"

“It turns out you’re the big leaker from the White House!” Doocy said about leak reports.

Conway shot back: “If I were a great leaker, I would get much better press, don’t you think? Part of why I don’t is because I won’t leak confidential information.”

She said that she never reveals any information from — or about — the president.

"I never divulge what the president tells me," Conway said. "I never would."

Despite tweets and reports to the contrary, White House press secretary Sean Spicer discounted the Twitter allegations and Politico reports.

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