Ever since Donald Trump was sworn into office three weeks ago, his administration has been involved in constant controversy that appears to be increasing on a daily basis. After apparent blunders by both White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway, it appears that both sides are not on the same page.

Trump trouble

Over the last two weeks, two of the highest profiled members of the Donald Trump administration have made headlines news for a variety of reasons. Former campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is now an advisor for the new president, and often makes routine stops on cable news channels.

Within the last week, Conway came under fire for using the term "alternative facts" to describe falsehoods that come out of the White House, while citing the nonexistent "Bowling Green Massacre" to justify the president's recent "Muslim ban" executive order. To pile on to her criticism, Conway was criticized once again after she appeared to violate ethics rules by promoting the clothing line of Ivanka Trump. After Sean Spicer addressed the issue during a recent press conference, Conway was not pleased in how it was handled, as reported on February 10.

During Thursday's daily press briefing, Sean Spicer was asked about the comments made by Kellyanne Conway in regards to the Ivanka Trump clothing line.

"Kellyanne has been counseled, and that’s all we're gonna go with," Spicer said, before adding, She's been counseled on that subject, and that's it." Earlier on Friday, CNN reported that Conway personally apologized to the president for her comments, while also noting that both parties were furious over how Spicer handled the situation.

Donald Trump reportedly "hated" how his press secretary worded the incident, with Conway appearing to fire back on Twitter.

"I learned important lessons this week. This one was my favorite," Kellyanne Conway wrote on Twitter Friday night, before adding, "P.S. He likes 'counselor' more than 'counseled,' in what was viewed as a shot at Sean Spicer.

Moving forward

The issues between Donald Trump and Kellyanne Conway against Sean Spicer have been well-documented, despite all individuals denying any dissension in the ranks. Politico reported earlier this week that Trump and Spicer clashed over how to handle the recent "Saturday Night Live" episode, with the president vetoing any attempt at a humorous reaction.