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Could this Fox News host be Sean Spicer's replacement?

19 May 2017, 10:50 | Terri Saunders

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Guilfoyle was also a rumored candidate for the role in December, before Trump's inauguration. And reportedly, it hasn't been going so well for him.

Politico reported Thursday that President Donald Trump is considering "scaling back" Spicer's public-facing role.

As you can imagine, memes depicting Spicer "hiding in the bushes" spread like wildfire across social media, with "SNL" adding fuel to the fire with a sketch about "Spicey" coming out of hiding.

"If you want to be successful and do communications with President Trump, you have to be someone who he actually wants to spend a little bit of time with", said Guilfoyle, per the news group.

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Guilfoyle, a co-host of the network's The Five, told the San Jose Mercury News she's in talks with the Trump administration about the press secretary position.

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Guilfoyle has also been lavishing Trump with unconditional praise.

Spicer has democratized the press briefings and routinely calls on people not in the front row. Evidence of her crafty inspiration has since shown up in Washington, D.C., California, New Zealand, and, of course, Canada, with social media users posting their pictures under the hashtag #GardenSpicer.

Officials said Spicer is expected to stay in the White House "but have less exposure", in the words of one official.

Now rumors are swirling about Spicer - a Catholic boy who brought his kids down to the White House for Easter, started a "bring your child to work" day so members of the press and his staff could have their children enjoy the splendor of the White House - that he will soon be gone. Some argue that neither the press nor the public are served by taking part in a process that often involves obfuscation and outright denial of the facts.

She was originally considered for press secretary during the presidential transition, but the job went to Sean Spicer, the former spokesman for the Republican National Committee. On this he's right, but it's the president himself who should shoulder some of the blame. Though Trump's communications team tried to blame Comey's dismissal on his handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, Trump himself contradicted that narrative when he told NBC's Lester Holt his fired the FBI director because "this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made-up story". Classic Trump! He didn't quite answer the question. He is famously portrayed on "Saturday Night Live" by Melissa McCarthy and Spicer's daily briefings have become must-see TV for political junkies.

The decision comes after weeks of scandals engulfed the White House and derailed the president's agenda.

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