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"And w c dot com. This is a Fox News alert. I'm Roger stern. President Trump's top aide is leaving chief of staff. John Kelly will depart the White House before the end of the month. We'll be announcing who'll be taking John's place it might be on an interim basis. I'll be announcing that over the next day or two John will be leaving at the end of the year. Reportedly, President Trump would like to replace Kelly with Nick Ayers, who was vice president Pence is chief of staff. President Trump was on his phone today. Tweeting about yesterday sentencing report on former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, the president saying after all that we have gone through after millions have been spent we have no Russian collusion. And FOX's John decker tells us it's a bit more complicated than that the president's. Right. There's no indication and these filings that there's any collusion, but also keep in mind. There's no federal crime of collusion's. There's nothing in the US code concerning the crime of collusion now what I would be concerned about is the work can. Spiracy conspiracy is a federal crime and some of the language that Mr. Muller uses in a filing concerning Mr. Colin indicates a conspiracy. Well, a day after former FBI director James Comey testified before two house committees behind closed doors, congress has released a transcript of that testimony. And as we hear from FOX's, Catherine Herridge. There are many questions about the bureau's use of a dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele. So number one, there's a big chunk of this transcript that certainly has to do with the dossier. It's used to secure surveillance warrant and also what the director knew about the sourcing of that document and the intelligence officer of the British intelligence officer who put it together. And in this case, he's saying he was not aware of this financial relationship with the DNC and the Clinton campaign commie facing more questions later this."