Lewandowski said the president was better than the communications staff.
A major White House reshuffle has been in the works for weeks as the U.S. president navigates the fallout of the Russia investigation.
Melissa McCarthy may no longer be needed for her "Saturday Night Live" gig.
The White House could learn so much about dealing with media by watching how sports teams do it.
The former governor of Arkansas said his daughter, White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, had dealt with far worse than a "not so funny" comedian.
The potential new White House press secretary, Guilfoyle is the former wife of California's Democratic lieutenant governor.
It is not yet clear if the president intends to lower the axe or if he is merely attempting to improve the performance of key players on his team.
This weekend's Sunday shows found it hard to locate a member of Trump's administration willing to explain his decision to fire FBI director James Comey, as the president appeared to mull becoming his own press secretary.
Trump's press secretary is expected back in the briefing room Friday at 1:30 p.m. ET.
The daughter of former Governor Mike Huckabee is already being skewered on Twitter since stepping in for Sean Spicer.
'FIFA bashing has become a national sport,' says the FIFA president.
Everyone loves Sean...as played by Melissa.
The White House press secretary also asked for the lights to be turned off before he gave a briefing Tuesday night.
Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor, Nobel Peace Prize winner, writer and activist, died in July 2016 at the age of 87.
Trump's team claim he "won" even after getting less border wall funding than he wanted.
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect's new project was announced one day before the introduction of a House resolution on the subject.
After two major Holocaust gaffes by his administration, President Donald Trump gave the keynote address at the Days of Remembrance ceremony.
Breitbart received Trump's exclusive invite, but "fake news" CNN (of course) did not.
Oh, what White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer would do to go back to the simpler days.
Gene Klein, whose father was killed in an Auschwitz gas chamber, said comparisons to Hitler are "very, very upsetting."