John Kelly, President Trump, White House discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic

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Our top local story at five thirty White House chief of staff John Kelly is leaving his post President Trump made the announcement as he left the White House for the army navy game in Philadelphia. Belly leaving. Retiring the great guy, John Kelly. We'll be leaving. At the end of the year. We'll be announcing. John slade. I'll be announcing that over the next day or Kelly has long been rumored to be on his way out his decision. Ends tumultuous seventeen months tenure in which he tried but largely failed to bring a Marine Corps style. Order to the White House. Kelly seceded Iran's supreme abyss who resigned in July of twenty seventeen. Julia Manchester's reporter for the kill. She says the relationship between President Trump and his chief of staff is like a bad marriage. Whereas hearing John Kelly and the president art on speaking terms at all at this point. We heard reports John Kelly. His office early yesterday morning. And he usually is that his office normally by seven ish in the morning every day wasn't there? A couple of meetings at Kelly previously had scheduled were cancelled. So that was raising quite a bit of eyebrows. Manchester says that Mr. Trump and Kelly have had arguments over homeland security's Kirsten Nielsen who was Kelly's former chief-of-staff there's been a shouting match between Kelly and John Bolton it's built in the hallways of the White House. President Trump wants tweeted that the reason former President Obama couldn't get his agenda pass was that he had three chiefs of staff in less than three years now President Trump will appoint his third chief of staff in less than two years in office. He apparently wants Nick Ayers, vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff to take the job CBS news, political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, says this comes as no surprise Gators is known as a hard charging political which makes a lot of sense, given the midterm shellacking, the president took and his need to rebuild some political capital in advance of this re-election cam-. Campaign airs apparently has the backing of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, the president's daughter and son-in-law and senior advisors. President Trump also had something to say about the sentencing memo's filed in the federal cases against Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Happy.

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