Trump Considering Replacing Spicer with Kimberly Guilfoyle


Amidst all the firings at the White House, President Trump is reportedly considering replacing press secretary Sean Spicer with Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle.

The New York Times has reported that Trump blames the media blowup that happened over the firing of FBI Director James Comey on "the failures of his embattled and overworked communications team."

The report goes on to say that he has been openly discussing replacing Spicer and has discussed making Guilfoyle his successor.

Currently Guilfoyle is a co-host on Fox News' "The Five" and served as an assistant district attorney in San Francisco for four years. 

During the administration transition, it was rumored Guilfoyle was to be a top choice to be press secretary before Spicer was given the job. 


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