Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the latest Trump administration figure to make the jump between the White House and Fox News.
"I'm a little surprised that this came out of Axelrod," Huckabee said. "He's a better person than that."
"She did a great job. I know people have mixed views of her in places like this but I love her," Scaramucci said during an appearance on CNN's New Day.
"She should have done the right thing a long time ago," Ryan said. "The reason why I say that is because she suffers from 'lie-abetes.' And her tenure has been fraught with sex, lies and videotape."
"After 3 1/2 years, our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month and going home to the Great State of Arkansas," Trump tweeted.
"After two years, the Special Counsel is moving on with his life," Sanders' statement read. "And everyone else should do the same."
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders pushed back against such criticism, saying President Donald Trump "has condemned not only this act, but all acts of evil and hatred and racism and bigotry."
This war of words all stems from CNN political analyst April Ryan use of an execution metaphor to discuss firings in the White House's press office.
"Look, I acknowledge that I had a slip of the tongue when I used the word 'countless,' but it's not untrue," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
"Sanders told this Office [of the special counsel] that her reference to hearing from 'countless members of the FBI' was a 'slip of the tongue,'" investigators wrote in the Mueller report.
"How about sending us the tax returns of @POTUS as required by law," Rep. Ted Lieu tweeted. "If we are not smart enough to understand them, we will send them back. Pinky promise."
"The president likes the idea and Democrats have said they want these individuals into their communities, so let's see if it works and everyone gets a win out of it," the White House press secretary said.
"Democrats continue to show day in and day out that they're nothing but sore losers," Sanders said.
Despite touting the GOP as "the party of health care," the White House press secretary is the latest Trump administration official unable to outline an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
"Sanders is not going to want to say something from the podium that might get her hauled into the special counsel's office," Acosta said.
The president spoke out about his belief that the Democratic party had become anti-Jewish while visiting Alabama's tornado victims (and signing bibles). The party, he said, has "become an anti-Jewish party, and that's too bad." Out of the 34 Jewish members of Congress, 32 are Democrats.
"I believe I answered it twice."
However, the president's rallies painted a very different picture.
"F*** the media, f*** the media," the attacker, who was wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat shouted as he was dragged away from the scene.
"The president's primary focus isn't on results in the polls, of which I think there are a number of them he's doing very well," Sanders said.
The "creative environment," Sanders stated, "has helped make him the most productive president in modern history."
"I think he has done a tremendous job in supporting a lot of the things that people of faith really care about," Sanders said.
Fox News's chief White House correspondent John Roberts was attacked by President Donald Trump on Twitter Sunday.
Social media users were quick to point out that King was assassinated.