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"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett White House chief of staff John Kelly is leaving his job at the end of the air, President Trump confirmed. Rumors this morning that he was making a change the retired marine general took the job seventeen months ago. The president said he would be naming his third chief of staff soon. Meantime, President Trump insists there's no collusion between his presidential campaign and Russia following the release of new documents in the Russia probe speaking to reporters before boarding Air Force One today. Trump said he was pleased with the findings in the new documents who are very happy with what we're reading because there was no collusion whatsoever. There never has been yesterday special counsel, Robert Muller released memos which point to several concerns within the Trump presidential campaign, the memo shed more light on a business deal. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen tried to broker with Russia, which had it gone through would have lined the Trump organization pockets with millions of dollars. Just ahead of the two thousand sixteen election fans and collectors spent more than nine million dollars to buy items once owned by Frank Sinatra at an auction on Friday. John Jeffries has the story. Nearly everything was sold is three hundred bidders from thirty countries competed against each other. The top item was a twenty carat diamond engagement ring given to Barbara Sinatra in the bottom of a champagne glass that sold for one point seven million dollars. A Norman Rockwell portrait of Sinatra sold for six hundred eighty seven thousand dollars. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio there's a chance. Tesla CEO Elon Musk will take over the factory space abandoned recently by General Motors in the sixty minutes interview set to. Air tomorrow night. Musk teased, the possibility of tesla expanding its footprint in the United States. Currently the company's assembly factory is in Fremont, California GM announced last month. It was closing five plants in Ohio, Michigan, Maryland and Canada. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Wants."