Guilfoyle, who is a co-host on Fox News Channel's "The Five", told the San Jose Mercury News she has had conversations with the administration about joining the White House's communications team. "I think it'd be a fascinating job".
"The New York Times mentioned Guilfoyle's name in this piece last week about how thankless a job it is to be Trump's surrogate, titled "'Looking Like a Liar or a Fool': "What It Means to Work for Trump", suggesting though that Spicer had spent "several hours" with Trump last week, implying he was still in the loop.
"I hope you can let this go, " Trump said, according to the Comey notes, which were described by associates.
She said she also knew of a woman in New Zealand who put one in her garden. Sometimes Trump will zig when you think he'll zag, sometimes he'll actually zag when you think he'll zag, and sometimes he'll just straight-up tell Russian officials about the classified information he has so they'll think their investment in his campaign was a good idea.
Trump last week floated the possibility of outright canceling the briefings, amid a storm of political and media criticism over his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. After receiving hundreds of requests for the Spicer image, she uploaded it to the file hosting service Dropbox.com, spurring so much traffic that the overwhelmed site temporarily shut down her account, CBC News reported.
Trump was vague on Spicer's job prospects in an interview aired Friday by Fox News. It's hard to imagine her being significantly worse at the position than the oft-flustered Spicer.
Reporters immediately returned to Spicer's office, hungry for answers.
"Sean Spicer is a very nice man and a patriot", she said. "I think I enjoy a very straightforward and authentic, very genuine relationship, one that's built on trust and integrity, and I think that's imperative for success in that position".
It must be a real joy working in the White House these days.
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.
Tensions at the White House are seemingly at an all time high, as journalists reported hearing shouting from staffers after a short press briefing.
"I would always go help serve my country if I thought I could really make a difference", Ingraham replied. She photographed it and shared the picture with her Facebook friends. Stay up to date on the Trump administration and more with our free mobile app. Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store.
As for Spicer, she said she feels "sorry for the guy" and thinks "a lot of people have picked up on that".