White House advisor Kellyanne Conway was allegedly caught talking “loudly” at the British Embassy on Thursday night during the United Kingdom’s parliamentary election — and what eyewitnesses overheard her saying may shock her colleagues.
According to a Twitter account setup called @KellyanneLeaks, the 50-year-old’s words were being replicated through tweets that night through an eyewitness, who watched and listened her leak secrets to two Washington Post reporters at the event. The social media account was later confirmed by Politico by two sources, who claimed the conversations were real.
In one of the tweets sent out Thursday night, the spy overheard Conway saying Trump instructed her to “go out there and say ‘Jim Comey is going to have to wait and see about the tapes.’” The eyewitness then heard her add: “I mean, that’s basically the same as ‘no comment.’”
But Conway’s off-the-record chatter didn’t stop there. She was then overheard mocking White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short. Shortly after the @KellyanneLeaks account was discovered, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer argued that Conway was merely poking fun at reporters, not the White House staffers, according to a statement he gave Politico.