The heat is on to flush out the author of the anonymous op-ed in The New York Times who claims to be a senior official in the Trump Administration.

Already, multiple senior officials within the Administration have come forward to deny their role in the inflammatory article. Vice President Mike Pence has denied writing it. (RELATED: Breaking: Pence Denies Writing NYT ‘Resistance’ Op-Ed.) Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has also denied having a hand in writing it. (RELATED: Pompeo Denies Writing Anonymous NYT Op-Ed.)

Rest assured that we’re looking into who wrote the article, and are digging up clues as to who wrote it. Here is what we’ve come up with so far: Here’s What We Know About the Anonymous Anti-Trump Op-Ed Writer.

But, as everyone in Washington scrambles to find the cloaked scribbler, the White House is firing back with fury at The New York Times.

Trump issued a sharp rebuke to the Times yesterday during a meeting with law-enforcement officers:

But that was just the opening shot. It’s now gotten way uglier. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders just dropped a megaton bomb of revenge on the Grey Lady. This one is really going to hurt their phone lines:

Hell yeah! That’s called hitting back with feeling!

Flooding the phone lines is the perfect revenge for a paper that’s clearly out to destroy the President and his America-First agenda.

Seriously, The New York Times had it coming by publishing that article from an anonymous source. It’s cowardly on both of their parts. The Times shouldn’t be running anonymous op-eds, and the author should quit the Administration immediately.

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This is called fighting fire with fire. And Sanders just proved she’s ruthless in routing those trying to subvert the President.