Yes, although it was a single digit number and generally related to leaking of classified materials involving intelligence operations, not for being mean and unfair to the president.
which brings us to the Mueller witch-hunt, which is reportedly targeting at least two journalists who are most definitely on the Obama enemies list
Dr Jerome Corsi ("as he likes to call himself," as one liberal broadsheet said last week, or "who has a PhD from Harvard" as I would have phrased it) and Mr Roger Stone, both or who either work for Infowars, or did so in the very recent past.
Mr Stone was responsible for the Clinton Rape shirt during the 2016 campaign, which was a copy of the Obama Hope shirt with "Hope" replaced by "Rape" and a picture of Bill Clinton instead of Obama.
Dr Corsi played a prominent role in the 2004 presidential campaign while working for World Net Daily. He wrote a book on Kerry's military career which helped Bush 2 secure reelection. And he did a lot of reporting on Obama's birth certificate
During the Nixon administration, there was an incident very similar to wikileaks.
An analyst working for the RAND corporation (daniel ellsberg) stole a bunch of classified documents which showed inter alia that JFK and LBJ had lied to the American people about the reasons for US involvement in Vietnam. SCOTUS decided that the press had a right to publish that material (the Nixon administration had sought an injunction to prevent publication), and although ellsberg was I think prosecuted, the journalists never were.
I'm not sure I see the difference between Julian Assange publishing the stuff that Snowden and Manning stole and the NYT/WaPo publishing the stuff that Ellsberg stole.