White House Sources: Trump Looks to Replace Spicer as Purge of Establishment Advisers Begins
White House sources tell Infowars that Sean Spicer could be fired within the next week as President Trump begins a purge of establishment advisers who he feels have failed to properly investigate leaks coming from within the administration.
Speculation is already swirling as to whether or not Spicer will return after he was “benched” and temporarily replaced with Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Spicer has behaved like a “deer in the headlights” in recent weeks and is not able to handle the pressure of the job, according to one source.
They add that Spicer will be gone by next week and that former prosecutor and current Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, who was previously considered for the role, is currently the favorite to replace him.
However, these assertions are being disputed by other insiders who insist that Spicer will return to his current role within the next week.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus could also be on the chopping block as President Trump begins a purge of moderate advisers whom he feels have performed poorly when it comes to investigating the source of leaks that have proved embarrassing for the administration.
Having been guided by moderate advisers for the last 6 weeks, Trump tried working with the Washington establishment but has come to the realization that they do not want to compromise on any issue, don’t care about the country, and are merely concerned with blocking his policy agenda.
Trump is set to take the gloves off, sidelining those within his inner circle who he feels he cannot fully trust and going back to the approach he took for the first 50 days of his administration.
Our sources also confirm that James Comey’s comment that he was “mildly nauseous” at influencing the impact of the 2016 election was the final straw that led to his firing, in addition to the former FBI Director’s failure to investigate Susan Rice for her alleged role in overseeing surveillance of phone calls between Trump and his aides.
Under Comey, the FBI has refused to work with Attorney General Jeff Sessions in following through on Trump’s directives, leaving Comey’s position as director untenable.