Here's what President Trump is saying about the search, Who will replace Sarah Sanders?
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump on Friday weighed in on some potential candidates to fill the shoes of White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, who is leaving the administration after years at the end of June.
While talking with Fox and Friends on Friday, Trump was asked about a host of potential replacements but wouldn't say who was being considered for the role, which acts as both the public voice for the administration and one of its most crucial defenders.
Hosts asked about several names that have circulated in the news media since Sanders' announced departure, including Stephanie Grisham, first lady Melania Trump's press secretary, and Anthony Scaramucci, who was White House communications director for 11 days in 2017.
"Well, I like Anthony, and he's been very nice and all but I think Anthony-he should stay where he is right now," Trump said. "And he's doing a good job and let's keep it that way for a little while."