Vice-president Mike Pence says he is "100% confident" that none of his staff were behind an anonymous article that described Donald Trump as "amoral" and "erratic". "They get up every day and are dedicated, just as much as I am, to advancing the president's agenda and supporting everything. President Trump is doing for the people of this country".
But it would not be unprecedented for a member of the national security team to buck the president, according to a book to be published next week by the reporter Bob Woodward.
They also come as former president Barack Obama has stepped forward to harshly criticize Trump and Republican politics, comparing Trump in a speech Friday to demagogues around the world who exploit "a politics of fear and resentment and retrenchment". "You don't know that and I don't know that".
Mr Trump has not commented on whether he would go that far, but Mr Pence said he would not refuse.
Pence said Sunday he "wouldn't know" if the author of the op-ed included the term in an effort to set up Pence.
"I would agree to take it in a heartbeat and would submit to any review the administration wanted to do", he told Wallace.
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Russian Federation has denied US allegations that it interfered in the campaign and President Trump denies campaign collusion. He hasn't returned since. "I made a terrible mistake but I am a good..." "I hope to have a second chance to redeem myself".
Both Pence and Kellyanne Conway, a counselor to Trump, pushed back during separate television appearances Sunday on the portrayals of Trump as anything but a thoughtful leader.
"What I see is a tough leader, a demanding leader, someone who gets all the options on the table", Mr Pence said on Fox News.
"If the Attorney General, the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation feels like they have oversight over a matter like this, then they will make that decision", she added. He cited national security concerns for what would amount to an extraordinary criminal probe should Attorney General Jeff Sessions decide to pursue one.
After the interview, Pence said he had misunderstood the question and asked if he could clarify his answer.
Vice President Mike Pence was asked in an interview with CBS News' Margaret Brennan whether he has considered invoking the 25th amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office.
He insisted that he had cooperated with all requests for information from the special counsel and will continue to.