Trump says more staff will leave as he seeks 'perfection'

  • Trump says more staff will leave as he seeks 'perfection'

Trump says more staff will leave as he seeks 'perfection'

In a tweet Tuesday, Trump dispelled reports that there's "CHAOS" in the White House and claimed "people will always come and go".

President Trump on Twitter Tuesday blasted reports about chaos in his White House as "Fake News" and said there is "only great Energy".

The president began a half-hour long tweet storm by refuting mainstream media reports that there is chaos in the White House following the upcoming departure of Communications Director Hope Hicks.

As expected, Fox News came to the defense of Donald Trump, while the other networks made sure to highlight the trouble in the White House.

- Total inaction on DACA by Dems. Even John Kelly, White House chief of staff, was rumored to be leaving the administration after the Rob Porter scandal, but his job appears safe for now. "I still have some people that I want to change (always seeking perfection)", Trump wrote, before adding, "There is no Chaos, only great Energy!"

Ivanka Trump, meanwhile, frequently champions herself as an advocate for women and families, but it's unclear what exactly she's accomplished on those fronts.

It also comes the morning after Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide, went on a freewheeling series of media appearances where he said he would defy a subpoena by special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before a grand jury this week and turn over documents. "He blames them for changing Trump's mind at the last minute and questions what exactly they do all day, according to one White House official and an outside ally".

In a reversal, Nunberg tells The Associated Press in an interview Monday night that, in the end, he's likely "going to end up cooperating with them". The Oscars viewership dropped to an all-time low this year and President Trump tweeted out his solution: More stars.