Editor’s note: This post has been updated.

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD) is calling for a congressional investigation of Omarosa after this morning big reveal on “Meet the Press” that the former White House adviser had secretly taped chief of staff John Kelly firing her in the super-secure White House Situation room:

But it’s not just a possible national security issue. GOP chair Ronna McDaniel called for criminal prosecution of Omarosa if “she broke federal law”:

Although it’s not exactly clear if Omarosa did break any laws, Norm Eisen, President Obama’s ethics czar, says her tapes are property of the U.S.:

But it doesn’t sound like Omarosa is in any real legal jeopardy:

But it was an incredible “disregard for our national security.” The latest from Sarah Sanders:

Update. Sources tell ABC News that the White House is exploring legal options:

It seems they want to keep her from releasing more tapes: