As the pressure continues to mount on White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, speculation over who could soon be his replacement has heated up. After recent reports listed Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle as a possibility, Donald Trump reportedly lost his cool over the news.

Trump on Guilfoyle

When Donald Trump pulled off the shocking upset win over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton last November, all eyes shifted onto who would surround him in the White House. While many of Trump's selections and nominations came under fire, his decision to hire Sean Spicer as press secretary received limited backlash.

Though Spicer didn't raise many red flags when he took the job, he's found himself in the headlines on a routine basis, and usually not for the right reasons. Spicer has come under fire for how he has handled himself with the media during his daily briefings, which have caused Trump to reportedly consider putting him on the chopping block. The biggest blunder by Spicer took place last month during a failed comparison of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolf Hitler. Spicer mistakenly claimed that Hitler and the Nazis never used chemical weapons during World War 2, while also referring to concentration camps as "Holocaust centers." With Spicer on the hot seat, reports have circulated that he could soon be replaced, with Kimberly Guilfoyle announcing that her name is in the running.

As reported by the Washington Examiner on May 17, Trump is not happy that the information was made public.

According to the report in the Washington Examiner, sources close to the president have confirmed that Donald Trump is "furious" with Kimberly Guilfoyle for discussing her recent interviews with White House aides.

"Trump gets angry every time he sees those stories," one White House insider told the paper, describing the president losing his tempter, while stating, "He believes that she is using him to better her own situation."

The Washington Examiner report went on to describe the current scene at the White House, saying it has a "poisonous atmosphere." While it's unknown what Donald Trump will decide in regards to the future of Sean Spicer, it appears as if there is a lot of turmoil in the administration.

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Though Donald Trump is dealing with in-fighting and issues within his White House, the commander in chief has other problems to worry about. Over the last week, Trump was outed by the Washington Post for sharing classified information with Russia, in additional to other reports claiming the president attempted to have recently fired FBI Director James Comey drop the current investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.