“Public service, that’s it”, Guilfoyle said.
Almost a week after he survived one of the most tumultuous episodes of the young Trump administration, it appears as though Spicer’s tenure as White House press secretary could be coming to an end.
Last week, White House press secretary Sean Spicer, along with other White House staff, struggled to explain to reporters why Trump had inexplicably fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey.
“I think it’d be a fascinating job”.
‘Twould be rich. The former first lady of San Francisco, an SF native once married to the potential next liberal Democrat governor of California, is rumored to be next in line to take one of the most thankless job in America, Press Secretary of the White House.
Sean Spicer’s Daily White House Press Briefings, a half-hour comedy about an anxious, anthropomorphic marshmallow who must defend the actions of an indefensible president on pain of being melted into s’mores, is on the brink of cancellation.
Those same words were mentioned by Guilfoyle during her interview with the Mercury News, noting the importance of “being on message, being very well prepared. making sure that everybody’s on the same page”.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has fought his way through multiple scandals in the White House already.
He’s getting exhausted of having to clean up the set of lies his spokespeople tell from the podium because they haven’t caught up to the new set of lies.
After the NY Times reported Donald Trump was talking up the FOX News host, she gave an interview about the whole notion that frankly read like a job interview.
Trump is reportedly storming around the White House, demanding that the communications team get “on the same page” – which would require them to work out in advance how he will subsequently contradict them. In fact, so many people were flooding the Dropbox link, she updated the post to include the Spicer headshot as a JPEG file.
For White House correspondents and reporters seeking answers on developments concerning his administration, Trump on Saturday offered this solution: “We do it through a piece of paper with a perfectly accurate, attractive answer”.
He’s anxious about the combined forces of bad media, the bad left, and weak Republicans causing “a clear and present danger” to President Donald Trump.
Spicer has had a rocky tenure as press secretary.
On Capitol Hill, there were signs that Republicans, who mostly held the line after Comey’s ouster, were growing alarmed by and impatient with Trump’s White House operation. So since he began his job under the new administration, he has been attempting the “learn as you go” method with the president. That plan would include more prewritten answers, as the president floated on Twitter last week, and notably, more press conferences from Trump himself.
Guilfoyle, a UC Davis and University of San Francisco School of Law grad, was a rumored contender for the podium gig before Trump selected Sean Spicer.
In Raleigh, Marty Long saw a meme on Facebook and decided to make her own laminated cutouts.
If we wanted, we could add Clinton’s first communications director George Stephanopoulos to the mid-Stephanopoulos regularly, and evasively, handled press briefings even though he wasn’t the official press secretary.