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WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 08: Kellyanne Conway, counselor to U.S. President Donald Trump, speaks to the press outside the West Wing of the White House January 8, 2019 in Washington, DC. Conway took questions on Trump’s scheduled address to the nation later this evening. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

After a disastrous press conference followed by a bumbling Fox News interview, Mick Mulvaney's position as President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff is more tenuous than ever.

The President is reportedly considering Presidential Counsellor and staunch Trump defender Kellyanne Conway to replace him.

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While much of the United States expressed dismay over presidential racist Twitter posts and MAGA rallies. some conservatives attacked President Donald Trump for not going far enough. Ann Coulter, former right wing media juggernaut wrote the book In Trump We Trust, but changed from praise to criticism after the President failed to keep his campaign promises.

Coulter posted frequent Twitter posts asking why there was no wall at the southern border. In response to her tweets, Trump called Coulter a "Wacky Nut Job."

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President Donald Trump may well be remembered partly for his adversarial relationship with the press. Beginning during his campaign for President, Trump attacked the free press as "fake news" whenever they shared facts critical of him.

But Trump's hatred of the press doesn't extend to all news outlets. His mutual admiration with the denizens of the couch on Fox News morning show Fox and Friends is well documented. The show is accused of being little more than Trump administration propaganda and the President is criticized for treating the show as an official policy adviser.

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