White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway denied Friday that she has been the source of leaks out of the West Wing, calling it a "ridiculous notion."

Bill Hemmer asked Conway about the leaks that have frustrated the White House since the earliest days of the Trump presidency and about specific allegations against Conway that she has been the "chief leaker."

"I haven't heard that, but that's pretty funny. If I were a great leaker, I guess I'd get much better press," she responded on "America's Newsroom."


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She suggested the allegations against her came from people with an agenda. 

"There are plenty of people who don't like each other it turns out. They have to settle those disagreements on their own ... and think about why they're here and how blessed and privileged they are to be here," she said.

Conway said earlier this week that personnel changes were being considered due to the persistent leaks and said Friday that some staffers have already left or been fired.

She said it's "naive" for the media to suggest that the leaks are coming solely from the White House communications staff, explaining that the White House is a large complex with "hundreds and hundreds of people" who have access to critical information.

Watch the interview above.


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