- 2020 Democrats refuse to answer our questions about ‘Cats’ Friday 4:14 PM
- Belle Delphine’s Instagram account removed after mass reporting campaign Friday 4:08 PM
- Mariah Carey refuses old-age FaceApp challenge Friday 3:19 PM
- Journalists horrified by consolidation of Gatehouse, Gannett Friday 3:12 PM
- Facebook and Google could be tracking you on porn sites Friday 1:42 PM
- 7 best sites for psychic love readings Friday 1:20 PM
- Driver demonstrates why you always need to read road signs Friday 12:58 PM
- Area 51 remix video proves it’s the summer of Lil Nas X Friday 12:26 PM
- ‘ICE will come’: Convenience store clerk threatens customers speaking Spanish Friday 12:11 PM
- Rand Paul dodges questions about 9/11 Victims Fund, says ‘watch Fox News’ Friday 11:51 AM
- Report: ‘Stranger Things’ season 4 to begin shooting in October Friday 11:03 AM
- AT&T paid Michael Cohen to consult on net neutrality, FBI documents show Friday 9:10 AM
- Mysterio’s ruse changes on a second viewing of ‘Far From Home’ Friday 9:06 AM
- Twitter overturns Barrett Brown’s third permanent suspension Friday 8:49 AM
- How to live stream Liga MX Friday 7:56 AM
One potential replacement was scratched off the list of contenders.
The president announced that Sanders was departing the administration in a series of tweets on Thursday afternoon.
“Well, I like Anthony, and he’s been very nice and all, but I think Anthony should stay where he is right now,” Trump said during his interview on Friday morning. “Anthony’s doing a good job and let’s keep it that way for a little while.”
“I like Anthony...but I think he should stay where he is right now,” Trump says, with a chuckle, when Fox News asks about @Scaramucci for press secretary.— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) June 14, 2019
“Stephanie is terrific,” he says of the 1st lady’s spokeswoman, @StephGrisham45. “We have a lot of people to choose from.”
The president then praised Stephanie Grisham, the director of communications for First Lady Melania Trump, as “terrific” and said the White House has “a lot of people to choose from” to succeed Sanders.
Andrew Wyrich is a politics staff writer for the Daily Dot, covering the intersection of politics and the internet. Andrew has written for USA Today, NorthJersey.com, and other newspapers and websites. His work has been recognized by the Society of the Silurians, Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE), and the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).