The Trump can’t a  day without having making headlines by a scandal. After Sam Nunberg on Monday was offered many humiliating interviews on stream about the Trump-Rusia investigation. Today another story just came out from the House.

WASHINGTON According to Reuters – Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s top advisers, violated federal law in two television interviews last by using her House position to in on a political race, the U.S. Office Special Counsel said on Tuesday.

In the interviews, Conway “impermissibly mixed official government business with political views about candidates in the Alabama special election,” the independent federal ethics agency said in a report submitted to Trump for “appropriate disciplinary .”

The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from using their official capacity to affect or interfere with , although some other political activities are .

The office said it gave Conway a chance to to its allegations she did not.

House spokesman Hogan Gidley disputed the report, saying in a statement that “Conway did not advocate for or against the election any particular candidate.

“She simply expressed the ’s obvious position that he has in the House and Senate who support his agenda,” Gidley said.

In the two TV appearances, Conway discussed the contest between Democratic candidate Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore for the seat vacated Jeff Sessions became Trump’s attorney general.

In a Channel appearance on . 20, Conway talked about why voters should not back Jones, and in a CNN interview on Dec. 6 she laid out why they should support Moore, the report said. Jones won the election and is now in the Senate.

“The must take swift and serious disciplinary against Ms. Conway,” Representative Elijah Cummings, the top Democrat on the House Representatives Oversight Committee, said in a statement. “Anything else sets a terrible example.”

Walter Shaub, the former of U.S. government ethics watchdog the Office of Government Ethics, filed a complaint after Conway’s first appearance, saying it violated the 1939 law.

Conway, who served as Trump’s campaign manager before taking on her role as White House senior counselor, has run afoul of Shaub and other presidential ethics experts who criticized her for publicly endorsing the clothing and jewelry line sold by Trump’s daughter and White House adviser .

The White House later said her praise for the products was inadvertent, and no disciplinary was .

Reporting by Susan Heavey and Ayesha Rascoe; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe and Dan Grebler