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No Chaos in White House, Trump Says, 'Only Great Energy'

No Chaos in White House, Trump Says, 'Only Great Energy'

President Trump on Twitter Tuesday blasted reports about chaos in his White House as "Fake News" and said there is "only great Energy".

He also claimed the president was aware his son, Donald Jr., and several campaign officials - including Paul Manafort and Jared Kushner - were meeting with a Russian lawyer tied to Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the Trump Tower in June 2016.

U.S. President Donald Trump greets attendees while arriving at a White House Opioid Summit March 1, 2018 in Washington, DC.

When speaking about the White House, Trump said he still has people he wants to change, but said there's "no Chaos, only great Energy!"

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As expected, Fox News came to the defense of Donald Trump, while the other networks made sure to highlight the trouble in the White House.

Democrats became the second target of the morning as Trump blasted them for inaction on DACA.

Trump is looking for his fifth communications director; he has had four if you count then-Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who did both jobs before his resignation in July. Kushner's business dealings have received intense scrutiny under the Russian Federation investigation, and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly gave approval to downgrade his security clearance level - a crackdown that the power couple allegedly perceives as a direct shot. Wrong! People will always come & go, and I want strong dialogue before making a final decision. Trump recently poked fun at this statement at the Gridiron dinner saying Saturday "It's been really another calm week at the White House".

In a reversal, Nunberg tells The Associated Press in an interview Monday night that, in the end, he's likely "going to end up cooperating with them".