Ever since Donald Trump was sworn into office last January, there has been trouble behind the scenes with various members of the team. As information has been leaked on an almost weekly basis, the president has expressed outrage which doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.

Rove on Trump team

It's no secret that Donald Trump has failed to unify the Republican Party behind his political agenda. That issue was highlighted and reached a fever pitch earlier this month when the GOP health care replacement plan, the American Health Care Act, failed to gain enough conservative support that Trump was forced to pull the bill from the floor of the House of Representatives before a vote could even take place.

However, while issues remain between Trump and the GOP, there appears to be growing problems within his own administration. Last week, various reports indicated that the former host of "The Apprentice" was contemplating removing Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, as Trump has had issues with both men in recent weeks. Bannon reportedly threatened to quit the administration, but remained in his role even after getting pulled from his spot on the National Security Counsel. As reported by The Hill on April 9, a former adviser to President George W. Bush is revealing interesting information about what is taking place inside the White House.

Joining Fox News host Maria Bartiromo on the Sunday's "Sunday Morning Futures" was Karl Rove who opened up about the dissension in the Donald Trump administration.

"These people have been leaking on each other for weeks," Rove said, before adding that "unnamed White House officials are dissing to reporters about other people inside the White House." Rove went on to say that there is "acrimony" in the Trump administration, and described the three factions that are causing all the trouble.

"There is a group around Jared Kushner and his supporters," Karl Rove described, before noting that there is another group led by Steve Bannon, which he labeled the "alt-right in the White House." The third faction is allegedly built around Reince Priebus and the rest of the most establishment members of the team.

Though Rove admitted that some of what is being reported by the press is "exaggerated," he also stated that "there's a lot behind this that's real" and that there is a lot of "unhealthy feelings" in the White House.

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As of press time, Donald Trump has not made a move on removing or replacing his top advisers and associates. Additional reports claim that the billionaire real estate mogul is calling on his team to unite, and only time will tell if they can put the past behind them, or if the damage has already been done.