President Trump Donald John TrumpDave Chappelle: Trump 'talking to a very small choir' at 'eclectic' country Three reasons Mueller may not charge Trump with obstruction Alabama grocery store says it will not sell Pepsi products with NFL logo to oppose kneeling protests MORE during an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes" on Sunday said he does not "trust everybody" in the White House.
Melania Trumpduring an interview last week, in which she said there are people who work in the West Wing she can not trust.
" I feel the same way, "Trump told CBS's Lesley Steel on Sunday. "I do not trust everybody in the White House, I'll be honest with you."
Trump went on to say he was "guarded."
Washington is a vicious place, it's a tough business The attacks, the– the bad mouthing, the speaking behind your back – but you know, and in my way, I feel very comfortable here. "
The president went on to interview
"I've come to stand by that," Trump said. "They'll be phenomenal."
Steel mentioned that Trump's administration has seen record levels of turnover.
"More people are gonna go?" she asked.
"At some point, everybody leaves," Trump replied. "People leave, that's Washington."
Trump declined to say whether Secretary of Defense James Mattis James Norman Mattis Army more than 500 immigrant recruits in one year. Senate Overnight Defense – Presented by The Embassy of the United Arab Emirates – Missing journalist strains US-Saudi ties | Senator push Trump to open investigation | Trump speaks with Saudi officials | New questions about support for Saudi coalition in Yemen MORE is going to exit, but said it's "sort of a Democrat."
Trump has been dumping potential replacements for Mattis in recent weeks.
19659004] veteran journalist Bob Woodward in his new book "Fear: Trump in the White House," which was released in July, reported on a chaotic White House in Which Staffers Sometimes Seeked to Stave off Trump's impulses and regularly bad-mouth the president behind closed doors
Woodward spoke to many White House staffers on background who trump administration is in tumult due to the president's recklessness.
Trump and multiple administration officials have denied the accounts in the book, though Woodward has insisted he can substantiate them with documents and hours of recorded interviews.