"The president says privately and publicly, often, George, that he'll be president for seven-and-a-half more years, so he plans on being a two-term president", Conway told host George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "This Week".
Trump also tweets that he is "working hard" from his private golf club in central New Jersey, while the White House heating and cooling system is repaired, and plans to head to NY next week for "more meetings".
Other tweets from Trump Monday morning were far angrier than the post claiming he was working in New Jersey.
A new poll from Firehouse Strategies and 0ptimus shows that President Donald Trump's base appears to be shrinking in swing states that were key to Trump's victory last November. The president has ramped up his media-bashing via Tweet, long a successful tactic for Trump, and staged rallies hoping to marshal his base to his defense.
On top issues, Trump's approval ratings largely tilt negative.
Hours earlier, however, one of his closest aides, Kellyanne Conway, had conceded that Mr Trump's approval rating had slipped among "Republicans, conservatives and Trump voters ..."
The president marked his 200th day in office much like any other: watching television and attacking the media on Twitter. "It needs to go up". Trump's base of support has shrunk to 28.6 percent who have a "strongly favorable" view of him, including only 44.9 percent of Republicans, versus 35.3 percent of voters in those four states who felt the same in April. "Don't worry about a Congress that isn't supporting legislation to get big ticket items done".
Several White House officials and Trump advisers insisted on anonymity in order to discuss the ways the administration is moving to shore up support for the president.
Further, 62% overall say that Trump's statements and actions since taking office have made them less confident in his ability to be president. The poll also notes that there's been a 14% decrease in Republicans who strongly support the president.