Trump tweets he has several other options for chief of staff -- but those people don't want it either
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin poses with his wife Louise Linton while holding a sheet full of dollars (Twitter photo).

President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday evening that the "fake news" reported he went all in on Nick Ayers as his chief of staff. Ayers, however, is not interested in the job. In fact, those Trump is rumored to be considering aren't interested in the job either.


"I am in the process of interviewing some really great people for the position of White House Chief of Staff. Fake News has been saying with certainty it was Nick Ayers, a spectacular person who will always be with our #MAGA agenda. I will be making a decision soon!" Trump said.

Problematic for Trump, already, three candidates for the job said they would prefer not to take the job, Politico reported. These included Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.