Over the last five months, one of the biggest issues that Donald Trump has worried about has been who is leaking information to the media. Over the weekend, a new report points the finger at one of the president's closest political allies in the name of Kellyanne Conway.

Conway caught?

Not long after Donald Trump locked up the GOP nomination at the Republican National Convention last summer, he was forced to make a major decision in regards to his campaign.

Paul Manafort, who was the campaign manager at the time, was caught having financial ties to Russia. With the scandal surrounding Trump and speculation increasing over what his relationship was with the Kremlin, Manafort was forced to resign. In his place, the former host of "The Apprentice" hired veteran Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway. From that point forward, Conway was on the front lines in defense of Trump, regardless of how controversial the issue might be. Conway would often engage in heated debates on cable news, making her one of the top targets of the political left and those who opposed Trump's candidacy. Since the election, Conway has often come under fire, most notably due to her use of the term "alternative facts," and for quoting the non-existent "Bowling Green Massacre" to defend the president's travel ban.

While Conway has been a strong ally for Trump, Newsweek reported on June 10 that she might be one of the people leaking information to the media.

On Friday night, an anonymous Twitter account going by the name "Kellyanne Leaks" using the @KellyanneLeaks handle, reported that the current presidential counsel had been leaking information to the press on an off the record basis.

The Twitter account, which was later reported on by Newsweek for further verification, posted photos of Kellyanne Conway while she attended a party at the British Embassy while waiting for the results of the U.K. parliamentary elections to be announced.

The Twitter account reports that Kellyanne Conway elaborated to reporters from the Washington Post about what Donald Trump instructed her to say in regards to the possibility of the president secretly recording his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey.

"She said Trump told her to say 'Jim Comey will have to wait and see about the tapes,' she added 'I chose to convert that to 'no comment,'" the account posted while quoting Conway.

Conway on Priebus

In addition, Kellyanne Conway allegedly spoke about White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, mocking how he has handled himself in his position, while mimicking his voice to the press.

"She had a good/cruel riff mocking @Reince45 in WH staff meetings. 'No leaks guys'" she said, mimicking him in a dopey voice," one tweet read. While it's unknown how accurate the current reports are, the Twitter account has been picked up by Raw Story, NBC News' editor Bradd Jaffy, as well as the aforementioned article in Newsweek as additional sources.