There’s a fascinating report out from the NY Times.
Now, of course, we have to preface it by saying “NY Times” and note that just this week they have been called out, again, for fake news, claiming that the former FBI Director James Comey had asked for more resources for his Russia investigation just before his firing. Acting Director Andrew McCabe said that wasn’t true in testimony this week.
According to the new report, President Donald Trump is not at all happy with Sean Spicer and is thinking of replacing him.
Here’s video of Spicer distinguishing between the President’s concerns about actions by Russia versus the false claim that his campaign had any collusion.
Clearly, the administration does think that the media isn’t getting the point that there has been no evidence adduced as to any collusion between the campaign and the Russians.
So who is being considered, according to this report?
From The Hill:
Six West Wing officials told The New York Times that the president is considering the most far-reaching shake-up of his first term after being dissatisfied with several top aides, especially Spicer.
Trump has discussed Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle as a possible press secretary, according to the Times, which noted that the president has also spent several hours with Spicer this week praising his TV “ratings” during briefings.
But she certainly wouldn’t be easily cowed by the position. She could bring stability and ability to the position.