Trump considering staff shake-up: reports

President Trump is reportedly weighing a shake-up in his administration.

Trump is considering a "huge reboot" that could include chief of staff Reince Priebus, chief strategist Stephen Bannon and press secretary Sean Spicer, Axios reported early Sunday, citing White House sources.

The move comes at the urging of longtime friends and outside advisers, according to the news outlet.

"He's frustrated, and angry at everyone," an unidentified confidant told Axios.


"The advice he's getting is to go big — that he has nothing to lose," the confidant added. "The question now is how big and how bold. I'm not sure he knows the answer to that yet." 

Sources also said Trump feels he is not being well-served by some members of his Cabinet.
Six West Wing officials also told The New York Times, meanwhile, the president is considering the most far-reaching shake-up of his first term after being dissatisfied with several top aides, especially Spicer.
The reports come after Trump last week fired FBI Director James Comey, a move that sparked controversy and outrage.
In tweets last week, Trump said the former FBI director had lost the confidence of "almost everyone in Washington, Republican and Democrat alike."
In a later tweet, Trump said Comey should hope there are "no 'tapes' of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!"
Trump also raised the possibility of canceling all future press briefings, instead handing out "written responses for the sake of accuracy."