White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne ConwayPennsylvania Republican David McCormick launches Senate campaign McCormick drawing support from Trump alumni ahead of Pennsylvania Senate bid Christie says Trump, Meadows should have warned him of positive COVID-19 test MORE reportedly shared behind-the-scenes White House discussions with reporters at a Washington, D.C. party on Friday night in conversations that were overheard by another party guest.

A witness labeled Conway a "leaker" for talking about conversations with President Trump in an open setting to members of the media. Leakers have been under fire by Trump and the White House. Trump is besieged by reports based on leaks of his plans and has blasted media for reporting based on anonymous sources, which he claims are likely fabricated

The witness created an anonymous Twitter feed, @KellyanneLeaks, to document Conway's overheard conversations. Politico first reported the Twitter feed and confirmed the conversations with two other sources.

Conway issued a strong denail on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning.

"If I were a great leaker, I'd get much better press, don't you think?" she asked. "Part of why I don't [leak] is because I won't divulge confidential information. I never divulge what the president tells me. I never would."


According to the witness' tweets, Conway told reporters that Trump told her to “go out there and say ‘Jim Comey is going to have to wait and see about the tapes.’”

“I mean, that’s basically the same as ‘no comment,’” Conway reportedly said. The witness thought she mimicked White House chief of staff Reince Priebus’s urging staffers to stop leaking information to reporters.

Conway on Thursday dodged questions about the existence of tapes made by Trump of conversations between him and Comey.

"I can't comment on that," Conway said on Fox News before moving to discuss other portions of Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee earlier in the day.

Pressed again, Conway responded, "I can't comment on that and actually the president himself has said he won't comment any further on that."

Trump refused on Friday to acknowledge the existence of tapes using similar language.

“I’ll tell you about that maybe sometime in the near future," he told reporters during a White House news conference.

He then told reporters they would be “very disappointed” when they heard the answer.

Updated 1:58 p.m.