The heat was not just on U.S. President Donald Trump in the past few days after former FBI Director James Comey provided a damning testimony on Thursday before the Senate on the president’s alleged lies. Besides the real estate billionaire, three White House staffers were also in the news this week.

First, Dan Scavino Jr., the social media director of Trump, was chided by the Office of the Special Counsel for a tweet that called Rep. Justin Amash a liability in a breach of the Hatch Act. Second, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the deputy press secretary, sent gibberish tweets, but it turned out it was her three-year-old son who did it.

Third, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway allegedly mocked Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and other White House staff.

Washington DC party clown

The incident happened at a Washington DC party on Thursday, June 8, the New York Post reported. It was the same day that Comey gave a three-hour testimony of the Russian links to the Trump campaign and how the president pressured him to drop the ongoing FBI investigation of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

The Daily cited an eavesdropper at the party, who tweeted the juicy details using the handle @KellyanneLeaks. The leaker said that Conway mocked Priebus by imitating his dopey voice with the words “No leaks guuuuys.” The next target was Marc Short, the White House legislative director, of whom Conway supposedly asked, “Honestly, what the f–k does Marc Short do all day?"

Conway also allegedly disobeyed Trump’s order to say that Comey will have to wait and see about the tapes.

She was referring to questions about whether the conversation between Trump and Comey was taped. Instead of saying what Trump stated, Conway said “no comment.”

Spice boy defends Conway

According to the observer, Conway made the comments while talking to several Washington Post reporters. @KellyanneLeaks posted a photo of Conway on Twitter allegedly “leaking sensitive Priebus and Trump White House conversations” to media.

However, Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, defended Conway. He told Politico that @KellyanneLeaks misheard the conversation. It was not the chief of staff the woman known for giving out alternative facts was mocking, but reporters for their repeated but wrong stories about the turmoil in the White House. Spicer added that Conway likely changed Trump’s instructions about the tape because the president’s lawyers told the White House staff to instead say “no comment.”