Earlier this month, The New York Times reported that Trump has brought up the possibility of Guilfoyle replacing Spicer.
Guilfoyle is the ex-wife of former San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom; after the pair separated in 2005, she became involved in television, eventually landing her current spot on Fox's The Five. So, while everybody seems pretty confident that White House press secretary Sean Spicer will soon be fired as a scapegoat for all of the bad stuff the Trump administration has done so far, there's really no way to predict if it will actually happen. The two parted in 2005 when she shifted to NY to debut a profession in TV.
The questionable bush decor grew from Spicer's infamous encounter with journalists after President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. She thinks an wonderful relationship like that is "imperative for success" as the president's press secretary, and though she's still not saying if she'd take the job, Guilfoyle makes it clear that she thinks she's the flawless person for it.
"I was really stunned as the picture of the preparation and the installation in the bushes kinda took off", she said.
Conservative Laura Ingraham has spread the rumor that the new White House is already searching for a new press secretary to replace Spicer.
A senior White House aide told DailyMail.com on Wednesday that the idea of Guilfoyle briefing the press at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue 'is a total non-starter. No, he just gets beat up by these people, and again you know they don't show the 90 questions that they asked and answered properly.
President Donald Trump is now facing criticism from his friends, who believe it's time he makes significant changes to his staff in the wake of leaks and fumbled communications. "At the same time, life is exciting and it's about different chapters in your life, so I'm excited about the future".
The president was "furious" at the rumors that the Fox News personality was making a bid for Spicer's job, the Washington Examiner reported. "You've got to insist on getting in front of POTUS, talk to him, and have like five, six minutes with him before you go out there and take the podium, and otherwise you're driving blind".
"I really love what I do, and this job is tough to beat", she continued. And an additional wrinkle is being considered as well: more press conferences by Trump himself, sources tell BuzzFeed News.