White House press secretary Sean Spicer may no longer do daily, on-camera briefings, according to a report.
Politico cited officials familiar with President Trump's thinking in reporting Thursday that the president is weighing a communications office shakeup. The report said Spicer isn't expected to do a daily briefing after Trump's foreign trip, which begins Friday.
Last week, Trump, in a television interview, suggested killing the daily televised press briefings with a White House spokesman and instead holding a press conference himself every two weeks.
In an interview with Jeanine Pirro of Fox News about how he can improve the White House's communications strategy, Trump suggested "we don't have press conferences."
"Unless I have them every two weeks and I do them myself, we don't have them," he said. "I think it's a good idea."
Referring to his spokespeople, Trump said: "Sarah Huckabee is a lovely, young woman. You know Sean Spicer, he is a wonderful human being, he's a nice man."
Asked about Spicer's future, Trump said: "Well, he's doing a good job, but he gets beat up."