President Trump departed today for his first foreign trip, to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, and Belgium - but in his wake, there are reports swirling about many top-level staff shakeups.
Sean Spicer is expected to take a reduced role following Trump's return, and is not likely to continue the daily press briefings. Kimberly Guilfoyle of Fox News has been interviewing as a replacement, and Rebel Media can exclusively report that talk show host, Fox News Contributor, and Reagan Administration appointee Laura Ingraham also interviewed for the position today.
Corey Lewandowski, the former Trump campaign manager, has been brought back into the White House, and has reportedly been offered a position. Lewandowski appeared on Fox News last night and highlighted the importance of staff members being loyal to the President.
Dina Powell, deputy national security advisor, has been accused by the media of leaking classified information to the press, and has not been seen at the White House in several days.
Johnny DeStefano, head of the Office of Personnel Management is the subject of a social media campaign to remove him from his position after it was revealed he was part of the NeverTrump movement, and may be blocking Trump appointees and staffers from filling thousands of key positions throughout the government.