And though the reports say the president is focused on reorganizing his communications team and strategy, both indicate he's become increasingly upset with the way his surrogates have been relaying his moves, a problem that Republican strategist Ford O'Connell said was on full display during the Comey fallout.
David Asman said someone in the White House needs to "take charge" and stop the constant leaks from inside the White House to the press.
People close to the administration tell the New York Times Trump doesn't have a close working relationship with Spicer and has been less than secretive about his intentions to possibly replace him. The president has denied those claims and Comey has not commented on the matter. So he rides his podium to Trump Tower in New York City to convince Trump not to fire him.
SkySports: Antonio Conte insists Chelsea can improve again next season
A 13-match winning streak followed, and they are now 10 points clear of their nearest challengers with two games remaining. Conte already said that League might be over but the job is still left as he is eyeing on the FA cup trophy this season.
When President Trump launched a Washington scandal by firing his Federal Bureau of Investigation director, he knew just who to blame. He increasingly sees himself as the White House's only effective spokesperson, according to multiple people who have spoken with him. Aides later said the president had been considering firing Comey for months, and Trump said he would have made the decision regardless of the Justice Department recommendation.
"I'm a patriot, and it would be an honor to serve the country", Guilfoyle tells the News.
The White House said that Spicer was out because of previously scheduled Navy Reserve duty, but he had been on Reserve duty during the prior week, and CNN reported that he was benched in favour of deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whom journalists seemed to consider more poised.
United States renews hold on Iran nuclear sanctions, implements missile sanctions
The US State Department also released a report on cited Iranian human rights violations required by Congress every six months. Some of those waivers would have expired this week if Trump had not made a decision to further renew them.
"If they get it just a little wrong, they don't mean to", Trump continued.
The full interview is scheduled to air on Saturday at 9:00 p.m. ET on Fox News. Aides were also eager for Trump's first foreign trip, a high-stakes blitz through the Middle East and Europe.
However, when asked whether Spicer would be his press secretary in future, Trump responded with a noncommittal: "Yeah well he's been there from the beginning".
Isaiah Thomas complains about referees after Game 4
Thomas had no answers. "They were very physical". "But I can't be allowed to be held and grabbed every pin-down, every screen. Both teams came out aggressive in Game 3 , racking up a total of eight technical fouls and three ejections.
"That's, frankly, offensive", Mr Spicer said.