President Donald Trump is considering a "huge reboot" of his White House staff, according to a report that emerged over the weekend.

The shake-up reportedly could include White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, top strategist Steve Bannon and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

“He’s frustrated, and angry at everyone,” Axios quoted an unidentified confidant in the White House. “The advice he’s getting is to go big — that he has nothing to lose. The question now is how big and how bold. I’m not sure he knows the answer to that yet.”

A senior White House official told Fox News that talk of a major staff shakeup is "nonsense."

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Ed Henry said he believes some changes are coming, but they likely won't be as drastic as this report suggests.

"I think we should be skeptical because we've seen this narrative in the mainstream media before, that the president was going to blow things up," Henry said.

He noted that rumors of Bannon's ouster began circulating weeks ago, but that never came to pass.

He added, however, that he is hearing that there are going to be changes at the White House, but it's not yet clear what those changes might be and when they will happen.

"If you listen very closely to what David Bossie said on the program earlier - he's somebody who's very wired in to the White House - and he was suggesting it's not going to be as big as the media is suggesting: chief of staff and Bannon and others leaving," Henry said. "But David Bossie did very clearly say something is going on with the communications team. I'd listen very closely to that."

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