Trump to speak on Comey tapes this week

Violet Powell
June 29, 2017

And while Spicer has cut back on the number of televised press briefings, he is still on the payroll as both communications director and chief spokesman.

President Donald Trump's spokesman said he hasn't asked his boss whether he believes the Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election, the consensus view of the USA intelligence community.

Lewandowski admitted that the White House - dogged by controversies on a near daily basis - could use some help to get its message out more effectively.

"There's a lot of them that want to become YouTube stars and ask some snarky question that's been asked eight times", Spicer said.

Reminded by the questioner, Trey Yingst of One America News Network, that 16 USA intelligence agencies had concluded that Russian Federation did engage in cyberattacks to influence the election, Spicer said, "I understand".

"Look, we all serve at the pleasure of the president", she said.

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According to The Washington Post, the White House has not officially confirmed Spicer's departure nor has it publicly indicated whether or not he is directly involved in the search for new communications team hires. We've been seeking input from people as far as what ideas they might have, we've been meeting with potential people that may be of service to this administration. "[Press briefings are] one avenue to do that".

The Associated Press also reports that conservative radio host Laura Ingraham and Daily Mail editor David Martosko have been in talks to fill senior positions in the White House communications office.

'See you tomorrow in Iowa, ' Spicer declared as he closed out his Tuesday briefing, making reference to a rally Trump is holding tomorrow in Cedar Rapids.

Ingraham was among several candidates reportedly under consideration for succeeding Spicer in a possible shake-up in the White House's communications operation.

"There are days that I'll decide that the president's voice should be the one that speaks and iterate his priorities".

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