In an unexpected tweet Thursday afternoon, President Trump announced that White House press secretary Sarah Huckyby Sanders would leave office in late June. Who should replace it?
Here are four Supporters of Trump who will bring many different styles to the podium of Brady's room. With a propensity for a rather hyperbolic support for the president, but rather a hyperbolic contempt for Trump's opponents, Gorka would obviously smile on the President's face. Far less sure is whether Gorka will be dealing with White House reporters on state affairs. Instead, the former White House counselor will probably unleash a crack (see the bottom of the page) or Napoleon against Trump's inquisitors.
From the intellectual category? How about Newt Gingrich? The charismatic ex-chairman of the chamber is the ardent defender of the president, a speaker of silver and intellectual power. Whatever you think about Gingrich's recording or his support for Trump, you have to respect his brain. Imagine that Jim Acosta is trying to profit from Gingrich, rhetorically, poetically or historically.
Safe Category Bet? It has to be Mick Mulvaney. The Congressman, who has become Director of the Consumer Protection Bureau, who has become Director of the Budget and Management Bureau, the head of the White House Headquarters will surely jump out of the chance to take another job. When he appeared on the podium in the council room, defending the budgets of the White House, Mulvany surpassed the professional speakers beside him. The press would probably have respected him.
And finally, in the practical angle: No one . This is true. The White House largely interrupts the press briefing, and Trump likes to communicate directly through his tweets, so why waste taxpayers' money at work without invitation?
Okay. Now get into the Kraken feature.