Is Sean Spicer's job already in jeopardy?

This West Wing is a tough neighborhood. Even AFTER Sean Spicer’s successful get-back-on-the-horse presser yesterday, I’m told that a top White House official was discussing his possible replacement. On Day 4! With 1,457 to go in this term.

A senior aide texted me at bedtime: “Back on track. Upper hand. Offense and action.” Indeed, the team was feeling better after the reboot briefing by Spicer, plus a better-focused performance by POTUS. And the staff saw it as a home run when AFL-CIO boss Richard Trumka praised Trump’s move to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, with a statement headlined: “TPP Withdrawal Good First Step Toward Building Trade Policies that Benefit Working People.”