MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace claimed on Friday that President Donald Trump wants "better-looking men" in his administration in the aftermath of Sean Spicer's surprising announcement he was resigning as press secretary.
Wallace, a former White House communications director during President George W. Bush's administration, made the statement when she was talking on the phone to host Andrea Mitchell. Spicer left his post in protest of Trump appointing Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, according to press reports.
"These are not all the president's men, these are all of Sean Hannity's men," Wallace said as a critique of Scaramucci.
Wallace also spoke of the importance of the senior communications positions in the White House after saying that this was also about Trump's conflicts with much of the mainstream media, especially cable news.
Washington Free Beacon