President Donald Trump in the East Room of the White House speaks to military mothers during the celebration. After four months into this office, Trump is now distrustful about some of his White House staff, that he heavily relies on his family members and longtime aides who are a handful, and they are furious that the attempts of White House’s to quell over the FBI and congressional Russia investigations firestorm appears to add more fuel.

Trump’s frustrations this week came to a head with the firing of James Comey, the FBI Director, who was managing the possible ties to Russia’s election meddling. Now, the President fears that his team may leak the decision.

As the defense of the White House’s move failed to meet the expectations that were ever-changing, Trump took it by himself, but eventually, he ended creating new headaches for the White House, and this includes a threat to Comey.

Though White House is accustomed to such chaos bouts, the handling of Trumps and especially the firing of Comedy’s have resulted in serious implications. The decision of Trump already seems to have encouraged the investigating of Senate intelligence committee into Russia’s election interference and with lawmakers and the president’s associates, announcing a subpoena for Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser. Comey’s allies also made clear quickly that they would defend him against Trumps attacks, including the argument about the president’s assertion that Comey told Trump he was not under investigation personally.

Trump is now expanding the communications team and is considering hiring producers from Fox News, as per the information on White House official.

The blowback from Comey’s firing left the entire White House reeling. Trump’s anger became visible and so were his erratic tweets that prompted a Spicer reporter to ask if the president was “out of control.”

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