President Donald Trump and some members of his administration have suggested that they might do away with daily White House press briefings, claiming the mainstream media has been unrelenting with its negative, biased coverage.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, David Bossie, who served as Trump's deputy campaign manager, said the media is out to "destroy" the president.

"No president has ever seen a permanent obstruction campaign like President Trump," Bossie said.

Bossie said he's not advocating for the White House to put out less information, but instead to deliver it differently.

"Sean Spicer and the communications team - maybe the 'war room' - can push back in different ways, without having to take this daily beating that's a ritual by the mainstream media," Bossie said. "I find it to be really offensive."

As for the resignation of Mike Dubke, Trump’s communications director, Bossie said it's not necessarily a sign that there's a more significant staffing shakeup to come in the White House communications department.

He said that they should focus on additions, not subtractions, as they've been operating with a minimal, "Spartan" crew.

He said some of those additions will be coming with the war room, which will push back against negative mainstream media coverage of the administration.

Brian Kilmeade pointed out that Bossie's name has been mentioned as part of the possible war room team.

"I don't know what's going to happen, but the White House needs good people who mean well for the country and who want to do the right thing for the country," Bossie said.

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