Mulvaney says he didn't offer to resign over press conference

Mulvaney says he didn't offer to resign over press conference
The acting chief of staff answered that he "absolutely, positively" did not. 
"I’m very happy working there," Mulvaney said. 
"Did I have the perfect press conference? No," Mulvaney continued.
"I still think I'm doing a pretty good job as the chief of staff," he added, saying he thinks Trump recognizes that. 
Mulvaney found himself at the center of controversy on Thursday after he said during an on-camera briefing with reporters that aid to Ukraine was withheld in part because the administration wanted cooperation from Kiev in investigations of former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenThe Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Americans debate life under COVID-19 risks Biden set to make risky economic argument against Trump Hillicon Valley: Tech companies lead way on WFH forever | States and counties plead for cybersecurity assistance | Trump weighing anti-conservative bias panel MORE and his son Hunter Biden.
Democrats blasted the comments, which were a surprise given the administration's insistence there was no quid pro quo involving the aid and the investigations. 
Mulvaney sought to walk back the remarks later on Thursday, and in the interview with Wallace he said never used the words "quid pro quo" and had not drawn a link between the two issues.