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Kimberly Guilfoyle reportedly in talks to replace Sean Spicer

Kimberly Guilfoyle reportedly in talks to replace Sean Spicer

The move would come amid a whirlwind 10 days that saw Trump fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, reportedly share classified intelligence with Russian officials who visited the White House, and now faces the prospect of widely respected special prosecutor, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller, investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Trump confidants say Mr Bannon has been marginalised on major decisions, including Mr Comey's firing, after clashing with Jared Kushner.

But even those who had been critical of Comey expressed suspicion over the timing of Comey's firing.

Sean Spicer refuses to comment when pressed three times by RealClearPolitics White House correspondent Alexis Simendinger about the president's comment that there might be tapes of Oval Office conversations, during Monday's press briefing. So he rides his podium to Trump Tower in New York City to convince Trump not to fire him. By week's end, he was musing about cutting back on the White House's televised press briefings.

Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle tells the Mercury News she's in talks with the Trump administration about taking the White House press secretary gig.

In reality, the president hasn't made it clear what his position is.

The President also dismissed reports that he demanded loyalty pledge from former FBI Director James Comey at a private dinner.Trump responded saying, "No, I didn't but I think loyalty to the country, loyalty to the U.S.is important".

President Trump is reportedly considering a major shake-up in his communications department, and a Bay Area native may be part of his plans.

"Let's say I did it on January 20. that would have been the big story as opposed to the inauguration".

Trump is mulling expanding the communications team and has eyed hiring producers from Fox News, according to one White House official. Aides were also eager for Trump's first foreign trip, a high-stakes blitz through the Middle East and Europe. When asked if he would seriously consider stopping the press briefings Trump replied "We do it through a piece of paper with a perfectly accurate, handsome answer".


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