Listen: President Trump, John Kelly And White House discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Calls for the cold weather to stick around through midweek. Good afternoon, I'm Mike Macklin. Here's what's happening. President Trump says his White House chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by year's end. Kelly's departure comes. Amidst expected west wing reshuffling, we'll have more on our top story in just a minute. But first President Trump picks a battle-hardened commander who oversaw troops in Iraq and Afghanistan to be the nation's next top military officer, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. General Mark milley of Winchester is the second. Massachusetts native appointed to the post by Trump. If confirmed by the Senate, he'll succeed marine general Joseph Dunford of Quincy has chairman of the joint chiefs Dunford's term doesn't end until October first. Mr. Trump said the data transaction is still to be determined. Now. Back to our top story. General Kelly set to leave his post. As chief of staff at the White House reflecting a refocusing of the administration worried about the Kelly post change expected CBS news update, a major shakeup in the White House. John Kelly."