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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump says his chief of staff John Kelly is leaving the White House. John Kelly Welby leaving what I don't know if I can say retiring, but he's a great guy. John Kelly will be leaving at the end of the year. The president also said today he's very happy with what he's reading about. Yesterday's court filings by prosecutors in Washington DC and New York as NPR's tamra Keith tells us, the memo's say there's evidence Trump instructed Michael Cohen is former lawyer to make hush money payments during his campaign, you have for the first time prosecutors in the southern district of New York saying that individual one that's Donald Trump conspired with and directed. Michael Cohen, his personal attorney to make payments to women who were claiming to have affairs with the president in the lead up to the election. The filings also outlined Cohen's ties to Russian nationals attempting to help Trump's business and presidential campaign in Paris. A thirty say they're gaining control over a fourth weekend of clashes between police and yellow vest demonstrators were protesting the high cost of living originally they were protesting a plan to raise fuel taxes. French president Emmanuel Macron withdrew the plan this week, but NPR's Eleanor Beardsley is in Paris and says that hasn't dissuaded the protesters people are chanting MAC, con Demis,."