"These polls clearly matter to you and the president because he’s changed his position and tone based on that very polling," Dagen McDowell said.
White House press aide Hogan Gidley claimed the U.S. killed Libya's Muammar Gaddafi and said Osama bin Laden was killed without congressional approval.
Hogan Gidley told reporters on Tuesday that Trump wasn’t “comparing what’s happened to him with one of our darkest moments in American history.”
The president and his administration have expressed a willingness to arrange unconditional talks on many occasions despite Trump's cry that it's "fake news."
The president faces criticism for his attempts to console a community and nation while also contributing to a climate of hatred and violence.
The White House spokesman argued the press unfairly covered Trump's decision to walk out of a meeting with Democrats last week.
“I feel bad that you’re scared to say that your boss lies. I would not work in that situation."
"No matter what we do, it's never going to be enough," said Hogan Gidley, the White House principal deputy press secretary.
The president wrote on Twitter that "word gets out anyway," as support for fewer White House briefings.
Hogan Gidley told Fox News that the president's former personal attorney is a liar, but dodged when repeatedly pressed on the truth of the allegation.