Trump's "far-reaching shakeup"
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Amid rising signs that change is coming to the West Wing, the N.Y Times' well-wired Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman report:
"In private, ... Trump ... was still raging over what he viewed as Mr. Comey's 'witch hunt' against him — and blaming the bipartisan condemnation of his action on the failures of his embattled and overworked communications team."
"Trump is growing increasingly dissatisfied with the performance of his chief of staff, Reince Priebus; the communications director, Michael Dubke; and Mr. Spicer, a Priebus ally, according to a half-dozen West Wing officials who said the president was considering the most far-reaching shake-up of his already tumultuous term."