Update: Pressed on the matter at his daily briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer refused to answer questions about Trump's tweet - including whether there are potential recording devices in the White House.
When reports of the sacking of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey came out, the media turned to the White House and press secretary Sean Spicer for some much-needed answers.
Spicer and his staff were told at the last minute before the news broke, according to The New York Times, reporting the president had growing concerns with the volume of leaks coming from the White House. That correction is amusing enough on its own, but it doesn't end there: You can now buy a Spicer lawn ornament for your bushes.
Trump tickles and then kisses his underling, just as Spicer realizes how the make-out may portend his future. "Spicer huddled with his staff among bushes near television sets on the White House grounds, not 'in the bushes, ' as the story originally stated".
For the record, the White House denied Spicer would be fired for hiding among the bushes Tuesday.
Guilfoyle, one of the hosts of The Five, was in the running back in December, when she made as many as three visits to Trump Tower, but the position ended up going to Spicer.
President Donald Trump threatened James Comey, the ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation director, in a Friday morning tweet.
A trio of senior aides, including Spicer, hastily headed out for TV interviews on the North Lawn of the White House.
"A new press secretary was born today", a white house correspondent remarked loudly walking out of the briefing room.
Kimberly Guilfoyle is reportedly a contender for Sean Spicer's job. "Even 14-year-old mean girls were like, 'That was so impressive.' I don't know how Kellyanne Conway got so tanned because Anderson Cooper is throwing nothing but shade". "She really, really likes Sean [Spicer] and respects him a lot and really enjoys working with him and has no desire to take the job that he has". The White House is usually a well-oiled communications and public-relations operation, not an insular group of workers, with only a single individual designated to face the firing squad.style="text-align: center;"