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"President Trump insisting today that he is very happy with the court filings that were made on Friday involving the Russia election meddling probe one related to his former campaign chair Paul Manafort to others involving former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, the president told reporters today. That he hasn't read the court filings. But he said this very one sided situation, but I think it's all turning around very nicely. But as far as the. Said we see according to everybody. I've spoken to read it. There's absolutely no collusion, which is very the court filings reveal that Cohen has pleaded guilty to campaign finance crime Santa lying to congress about his efforts to strike a deal to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, another document lays out, why prosecutors believe Manafort repeatedly lied to them even after agreeing to cooperate with the investigation. Meanwhile, a house committee has released a transcript of it's closed door interview. A former FBI director James Comey one day after they privately grilled him behind closed doors for some seven hours afterwards. Comey said the Republican led committee asked a lot of questions about Hillary Clinton's emails and that the transcript quote, will bore. You committee leaders said they wanted to interview call me about the FBI's actions during the two thousand sixteen presidential election when the bureau announced it would not pursue criminal charges against Clinton while quietly launching a probe of potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Well, another White House rumor has held true. True. President Trump's chief of staff is out. The president announcing today that John Kelly will leave his position by the end of the year about a year and a half after taking the job. Correspondent Karen Travers has the back story about John Kelly's job performance as White House chief of staff, I came to light in the wake of the scandals surrounding rob porter. A senior official accused of domestic violence Kelly praise porter as a man of integrity shortly before Puerta resigned. And there were questions about when Kelly. I knew the FBI was looking at these accusations president was said to be furious about Kelly's handling of the porter matter and spoke to his top aides back in February about possibly replacing him Kelly made it clear to the president. Then he would be willing to resign. White House sources say the relationship between President Trump and his outgoing chief-of-staff had deteriorated to the point where the two haven't been on speaking terms in recent days wins news time six oh seven. Well, as one Trump administration higher up gets ready to leave another is coming on board as President Trump chooses a new chair of his joint chiefs of staff. General Mark milley is a battle-hardened commander. Having led troops during several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan he served as army chief of staff for the last three years. If confirmed by the Senate Millie would succeed marine general Joseph dumpstered as the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. The president tweeted the announcement this morning calling the two generals incredible men and thanking them both for their service to the country. The date of transition has yet to be determined. But Dunford's term doesn't end until October. First, Ben Thomas, Washington wins. News time six oh eight. So you think you're in good shape? Or maybe you think you're not in very good shape. Either way there is a way to test that just find a flight of stairs. A new study finds that how well people perform an exercise test can predict their risk of dying prematurely from things like cancer and heart disease. You can do the test yourself. Just climbed four flights of stairs. Researchers say if you do it at a good clip in under a minute without having to stop. You're in good shape with good exercise capability, if you can't well, then it's a sign you need to get off the sofa and get more exercise. That study presented by the European. In society of cardiology wins. News time six oh nine. Are you paying too."