White House press briefings
In an open letter, the former officials band together to request the return of press briefings.
Mick Mulvaney told reporters yesterday that the Trump administration uses quid pro quo "all the time with foreign policy." He later walked back the comments.
"They're writing books now. I mean, they're all getting famous off of this presidency," Stephanie Grisham complained.
The media pay too much attention to the president's off-the-cuff Twitter ramblings, says former Trump White House communications chief.
The war of words came at the tail end of an already combative White House press conference on immigration.
The White House press secretary also discussed the lack of on-camera press briefings of late.
The White House press secretary has been regularly mocked since taking the job.