The White House is reportedly again changing its phone policy amid damaging leaks

According to CNN, the White House is making its cell phone policy even tougher.

For the last 19 months, staffers had to reportedly leave their phones in designated lockers outside the Situation Room. Not any more.

CNN reports that staffers were told to put the devices in their offices or personal lockers near the West Wing entrances, including government and personal cell phones.

Senior Administration Officials also reportedly told CNN the goal is to stop leaks, a direct response from the controversy surrounding Omarosa Manigault Newman’s secret tape of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly firing her in the Situation Room.

The first cell phone ban started in January.

The new phone policy also comes amid the release of Bob Woodward's damaging White house tell-all book and an anonymous New York Times Op-ed.

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