Sean Spicer responds to tweet regarding Mike Pence inauguration

It appears Sean Spicer is already looking ahead to the next administration.

The catch is, he means the next Republican commander-in-chief, after a hypothetical eight years under Donald Trump.

Spicer took to Twitter late Sunday to answer Rep. Maxine Waters’ (D-Calif.) opinionated message about an imminent Trump impeachment.

Her tweet, from July 29, reads: “Mike Pence is somewhere planning an inauguration. Priebus and Spicer will lead the transition.”

President Trump had a really, really terrible July

In response, the former press secretary, who resigned this month due to reported disagreements over the hiring of Anthony Scaramucci, tweeted, “When and if (Mike Pence) runs in 2024 I would proudly play any role he asks. Good to know you have already conceded that.”

Spicer said he would play any role Mike Pence (pictured) asked, should the VP decide to run for president in the future.

Spicer said he would play any role Mike Pence (pictured) asked, should the VP decide to run for president in the future.

(Alex Brandon/AP)

Spicer will remain a part of the Trump administration until mid-August, as he is overseeing the transition with Scaramucci, who’s been the talk of the nation over the course of the last week.

Scaramucci went on a profanity-laced tirade against former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and informed the public that he planned on firing multiple people in the communications department.

The embattled White House is seeing high turnover rates across many crucial positions. Priebus was replaced by Gen. John F. Kelly as chief of staff, despite the fact that he helped orchestrate the political upset at the polls last November as a part of the Republican National Committee.

John Kelly sworn in as Trump’s second White House chief of staff

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.

(Alex Brandon/AP)

All of this comes as Trump has repeatedly called out Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his handling of the Russia investigation.

Trump, who appears to be in favor of a replacement, said that if he would have known Sessions would recuse himself, he would’ve never hired him.

What’s more, other top advisers to the President remain jockeying for power. This includes Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who’s taken heat in previous weeks regarding the Russia investigation, chief strategist Steve Bannon, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, and others.

Donald Trump, Jr., who remained at his father’s side during the 2016 campaign and has been a strong vocal proponent of the administration, also found himself in hot water over his handling of correspondence in the Russian meddling case.

President Trump's White House has seen an exceptionally high turnover rate in his first six months in office.

President Trump’s White House has seen an exceptionally high turnover rate in his first six months in office.

(Evan Vucci/AP)

Despite these indicators, Trump took to Twitter Monday morning to ensure his constituents that the White House is not “chaotic.”

“Highest Stock Market EVER, best economic numbers in years, unemployment lowest in 17 years, wages raising, border secure, S.C.: No WH chaos!” the President tweeted.

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