Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he “loves conflict” in the White House after news broke out that Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act by using federal resources to support Republican candidates.
During a joint press conference with Sweden Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, Trump was asked if he expected another White House official to quit.
Trump ignored the question and refused to say whether he expected other staffers to resign or be fired.
“The White House has tremendous energy, tremendous spirit, it is a great place to be working,” he insisted. “Many, many people want every single job. [People say], oh gee, maybe people don’t want to work for Trump. Believe me, everybody wants to work in the White House. They all want a piece of that Oval Office. They all want a piece of the West Wing.”
He then admitted that he loves the conflict at the White House.
“I like conflict,” Trump said. “And I certainly have that and then I make a decision. But I like watching it, I like seeing it.”
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