Daley said Sunday that she would not be in charge.
Daley was asked by MSNBC’s Chris Hayes if she is “in charge” of Trump’s daily press briefings.
“No, I am not,” Daley responded.
“We’re going to continue to be in the business of having these briefings.
We’re going not to be responsible for the way that the president is interacting with the American people.”
Daley also denied rumors that she is considering stepping down from the White House.
“I’m not going to do that.
I’m going to keep doing what I’m doing.
I can tell you that.
It’s not my role,” Dale said.
“But I think what you’ve heard, that it’s going to be a much tougher week in terms of how to prepare the president for the briefings, and I just don’t agree with that.”
In a tweet Sunday morning, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called the “rumor” about Daley “completely false.”
She added, “No press briefing is too small.”
Dale told MSNBC that she “never considered stepping down.”