Listen: White House, President Trump And Chief Of Staff discussed on The Business of Family Business
"Up at the White House. CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey with details. John will be leaving at the end of the year. President Trump confirmed reports as chief of staff John Kelly will leave the White House by the end of the year by consider retiring, but he's a great guy for months the relationship between the president and his chief of staff has been strained with Kelly wielding dwindling authority the power vacuum filled by his son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, Steve Dorsey, CBS news, the White House. President Trump has tweeted his pick for chairman of the joint chiefs of staff four star army general, Mark Miley. Who's currently the army chief of staff the Senate will have to confirm him CBS news military consultant Jeff mccaslin on how he was chosen to succeed. General Joseph Dunford, it appears that the secretary of defense General Mattis, actually. Preferred general David gold fine who is currently chief of staff of the air force to replace Dunford. But the president overrode that and pick Miley who he seems to like and prefer these are just some of the staff changes announced this week, the director of the center of politics at the university of Virginia. Larry Sabato says the timing after the midterm elections is not unusual. Sometimes people have planned to leave for a long time. Sometimes the president decides to clean house to get rid of aids. With whom he has a lot of conflicts, and there's some of both here with the Trump administration. It's calmer in Paris after hours of protests and violence police say one hundred thirty five people were hurt and almost one thousand arrested. I'm Elaine combat. The octa towns in Paris. Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across France as discontent over high taxes continues mobile police units in Paris have been putting out fires literally across the city. There have been stunned. Offs between riot police and protesters all day long around the octave. And the Eliza many were peaceful, but some turned violent and police fired tear gas and explosive grenades to control the crowds.."