Trump considers benching Giuliani from doing TV interviews

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"I just did one on Sunday, even though we had about four requests", he said.

Trump also expressed annoyance that Giuliani's theatrics have breathed new life into the Daniels story. Every time Giuliani goes on TV he ends up making life so much worse for Trump, as Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins points out.

"But I think I know what's going on here", Kimmel said.

"Trump has grown irritated by Giuliani's performances and the headaches he has caused as contradictory statements between the two flash across the chyrons on his screen", CNN reported.

With a knack for screen time, Giuliani has enjoyed the limelight but reports suggest if he keeps on with his antics, the president might just bar screen time for him altogether.

Scarborough went on to cite sources saying that the controversy posed an "existential threat to the presidency". Among the president's concerns is that Giuliani's comments are elevating the media's coverage of Daniels. Donald Trump paid hush money to a porn star three weeks before the election.

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It was the clearest sign to date that Trump's administration is seeking to draw a line between itself and Giuliani on matters of government policy, even as he continues to act as his spokesman on matters related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation probe.

Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who was among those surprised by Giuliani's string of TV appearances, said Monday that Trump felt the former mayor "added value" to his outside legal team.

He continued: "Rudy, in an attempt to get Trump off the hook for possibly violating campaign-finance law, revealed that Trump had lied" to reporters on Air Force One last month when he said he didn't know about lawyer Michael Cohen's $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels. Cohen had previously said Trump did not reimburse him, and Trump had denied knowing about the payment.

"We all feel pretty good that we've got everything kind of straightened out and we're setting the agenda", Giuliani, now the mouthpiece for Trump's legal team, told The Washington Post.

Meanwhile, Cohen had claimed he never told Trump about the payment, and Trump never reimbursed him. The president called Giuliani a "great guy" who "really has his heart in" handling Trump's legal work, adding that the former U.S. attorney was just "learning the subject matter".

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