The Fox News anchor asked Trump's former chief of staff if he feels any responsibility for enabling Trump throughout his term. Mulvaney equivocated.
The former acting White House chief of staff said the president "didn't hire very well" and was "a small businessman who’s done extraordinarily well."
The president's 2012 post came back to haunt him after he announced Mark Meadows would replace Mick Mulvaney in the role.
Outgoing chief of staff Mick Mulvaney was named special envoy for Northern Ireland.
Donald Trump Jr. and White House officials continue to push the theory that Democrats are using the coronavirus to bring down the president.
Major media have been covering the COVID-19 coronavirus since January, when a widespread outbreak began in Wuhan, China, before spreading globally.
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney contradicted President Donald Trump when he told a crowd that the U.S. is “desperate” for immigrants to propel its economic growth.
The president's critics on social media point out everything weird about this image.