Trump is "frustrated, and angry at everyone", one source told Axios, and said that the president is also upset with Cabinet officials, like commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, attorney general Jeff Sessions, and health and human services secretary Tom Price. Spicer shouted. "That's why I put them out". Trump is innocent. How do we know?
Republican strategist Ford O'Connell said, according to the Associated Press, that Trump is responsible for the mixed messaging. "If it takes longer, it takes longer, but let them do the job right".
While attempting to explain why Trump applauded Comey's interference during the election, but now cites it as the reason for firing him, Sanders declared that as president, Trump is the leader of the Justice Department. "I was thinking about it then".
Sanders also blasted Dems for acting so knicker knotted about the firing now, given that, back in July, they were calling for his removal when he announced the Federal Bureau of Investigation was probing Hillary Clinton over her emails. At least, that's how the Washington Post reported it at the time.
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Pressed by Pirro on whether he asked Comey for his loyalty, Trump responded: "No, I didn't, but I don't think it would be a bad question to ask". "While President Trump welcomes diverse viewpoints, he does require that the programs he receives counsel from share his vision for his administration and our country-after all, we're talking about his most trusted advisors". "Why would he want to decrease the credibility-which is already in question-of this White House".
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Trump is specifically eyeing a crackdown on his communications team over anger at the number of leaks that have been spilling out of the White House.
Usually Spicer answers press questions from a podium in the White House, but in an impromptu and reluctantly delivered Q&A he was quizzed about the Comey dismissal on the White House lawn after reportedly hiding behind a "tall hedge". Prior to delivering a commencement address at Liberty University on Saturday morning, the President remained largely out of the public eye.