Donald Trump hasn't even been the President of the United States for a week and he's already looking to make major changes to his administration. After a controversial start, White House press secretary Sean Spicer could be on his way out.

Spicer, out?

After Donald Trump shocked the world and defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to become the new president, all eyes then shifted to who he would surround himself with in the White House. For the job of press secretary, Trump tapped Sean Spicer, who had been the communications director for the Republican National Committee since 2011.

In his first few days on the job, Spicer came under fire for lashing out at the media over their reports of a small inauguration Day crowd size. Trump was reportedly upset over how Spicer handled himself, and as reported by Mediaite on January 24, is already looking for a replacement.

According to a White House source speaking to Axios, Sean Spicer's days in the Trump administration could be over before they even have a chance to start. "I’m told that a top White House official was discussing his possible replacement. On Day 4!," Mike Allen wrote, formally of Politico.

"Trump is obsessed with his press secretary's performance art," Allen continues, while adding, "Trump hasn't been impressed with how Spicer dresses, once asking an aide, 'Doesn't the guy own a dark suit?'"

In an additional report by The Washington Post, it appears that Donald Trump never wanted Sean Spicer for the job as press secretary to begin with, and was pushing to have a woman in the position.

Before it was announced that Spicer was given the job, Fox News' Kimberly Guilfoyle had been in the running.

Moving forward

While it's unknown if Sean Spicer will continue in his role as White House Press Secretary, or if he will soon be looking for work, some change is likely to take place. Over the last five days, Donald Trump and his team have clashed with the media on a routine basis, though the former host of "The Apprentice" has already gotten to work. Trump has signed several executive orders, which include restarting the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, and setting the ground work for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.