Trump cancels White House Christmas party for press

Trump cancels White House Christmas party for press

Trump cancels White House Christmas party for press

"He says Michael Cohen was this minor functionary, who was Michael Cohen, Michael Cohen was the chief counsel for Donald Trump, he was the guy that you had to go see if you wanted to get something done with Donald Trump, he was his fixer", Wallace said.

Now the event has been cancelled altogether, reports Fox News.

John Kelly is stepping down by the end of the year.

One person close to Trump said the president has expressed interest in picking a brawling adviser and has cited Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who served as President Obama's chief of staff, as an example. Ready the popcorn. As for other rumored candidates for the job, one of them literally co-authored a book entitled, Let Trump Be Trump.

In his continuing war against the media, President Trump has made a decision to cancel a White House Christmas party for the press, ending a decades-long run in which the media hobnobbed with the president over eggnog and cookies.

The president, before he was even a candidate for the job, once criticized then-President Barack Obama for having multiple chiefs of staff in three years.

"Congressman Mark Meadows is a great friend to President Trump and is doing an incredible job in Congress", White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. But he soon will have had three in just two years in office.

Some unlikely contenders also have thrown their hat into the ring.

As reported by The Hill, it's not the first time that Canseco-who once appeared on the reality television show Celebrity Apprentice-had offered up his services to Trump.

While offering up his services to "little buddy" Trump, Canseco promised the president a workout plan in addition to a White House plan.

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