UPDATE Feb. 23 8:10 a.m.:
Kellyanne Conway denied that she had been sidelined from making TV appearances in an interview on Fox News' "Hannity."
"I don't think I have to explain myself if I'm not going to go on TV for a week," Conway said. She added that she has four children and is looking for houses and schools.
She called reports that she had been sidelined, originally reported by CNN, "fake news."
ORIGINAL STORY: Kellyanne Conway, an aide to President Trump since the latter stages of his campaign, has reportedly been banned by the administration from making TV appearances.
She was sidelined for making statements that opposed the Trump administration's official stance, CNN Money reported.
She has not given an interview since early last week. At the time, she said former national security adviser Michael Flynn had Trump's "full confidence." A few hours later, Flynn resigned.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders denied CNN's report.
"This is a wild goose chase. Kellyanne has a number of media appearances this week," Sanders said.
CNN's anonymous sources believe Conway will be on TV again in the future.
Previously, Conway sparked recommendations of a government investigation after she told Americans to "go buy Ivanka's stuff," referring to the president's daughter's fashion line which has been pulled from Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.
She was also widely criticized for discussing the now-infamous and non-existent "Bowling Green Massacre," a terror attack that never occurred.
Before that, she introduced the phrase "alternative facts" into the common vernacular.
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