Listen: President Trump, John Kelly And Chief Of Staff discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Good afternoon, I'm Mike Macklin. Here's what's happening. President Trump says chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by the end of the year. Trump isn't saying immediately who will replace Kelly retired marine general who served as chief of staff since July twenty seventeen we'll have more on that in just a moment. I a woman stabbed inside a car left on the side of the road, route four ninety five and Bridgewater. According to state police the preliminary investigation suggesting to women were having an argument inside a motor vehicle on Saturday. Now back to our top story from CBS news CBS news update, John Kelly once said he expected to stay on his White House chief of staff through the twenty twenty presidential election. He won't CBS news. Correspondent Nicole Kellyanne says President Trump has announced that Kelly is leaving plans to name a replacement in the next day or two that it could be an interim replacement, of course, the big name that has been buzzing in and around the White House's Nick Ayers who serves with the vice president as his chief of staff CBS news, political consultant, Leonard Steinhorn, says in the end, Mr. Trump and Kelly just more a good fit Kelly came on when the White House needed discipline after a chaotic first few months, and he instilled order and process, but the president shave two times under the Kelly structure, and he began to try to circumvent it ultimately Kelly was pushed to the margins. Some Democrats suggest Mr. Trump time the Kelly announcement to distract from troubling legal filings by the special counsel investigating Russia. Meddling CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. Four thirty one here on WBZ, President Trump picks a battle-hardened commander who all of us. Our 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 boats by Mr. Trump, if confirmed by the Senate hill succeed marine general Joseph Dunn for Quincy is chairman of the joint chiefs done for the term doesn't end until October first. Mr. Trump said the date of transition is still to be determined hepatitis A, not common. So recent outbreak of thirty-five cases in Worcester has put public officials on alert WBZ's Bill Marcus tells us the outbreak has sparked a vaccination and public education campaign health officials in Worcester. Trying to get the word out to homeless people that they need to get a vaccine to prevent them from picking up hepatitis A. Worcester medical doctor. Michael her says public health nursing teams have already distributed two hundred and ten back Saination over the last three weeks. They've been going out in vans going underneath the bridges in the encampments that we have in the in the parks that we know that the homeless have taken up their little camps Hersh says hepatitis symptoms begin as fever and Malays and develop into jaundice and acute liver infection, accompanied by pain in the upper quadrant of a person's abdomen. Bill. Marcus WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty French police. Clashed with protesters in Paris is demonstrations against the government spread across France. The story coming up.."