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"Forty KCBS Saturday, December eight two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS, Melissa call Ross with how bars might be the best untapped resource will remote office space and retired marine. General John Kelly is out as White House chief of staff, I'm Scott Latina. KCBS news time three thirty one. CBS news update. No word on what John Kelly plans to do next. Now that he's leaving his job as White House chief of staff and a few weeks. President Trump made the announcement and says a replacement will be named soon. Julia Manchester's reporter for the hill newspaper Kelly came in very much military like and kind of put down an iron fest in the Oval Office and really cut off access to a lot of people close to the president including his own daughter, Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner has son-in-law who are adviser. So he really made it a bit more restrictive in the White House. TBS news, political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, says vice presidential aide Nick Ayers is the leading choice to replace Kelly. Nick 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 his reelection campaign. But he said to be concerned about all the time. The job would take CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. KCBS news time three thirty two is. Our Newswatch continues expert. Joining us today. I'm Scott Matiri while we're learning more about what's causing the slowdown of highway."