Listen: White House, John Kelly And President Trump discussed on WCBS Programming
"You are we are WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good evening. I'm Maria Garcia, and here are three things to know at nine fifteen one an FBI agent is recovering out of Brooklyn hospital after being shot in the shoulder while on duty today. Two suspects have been arrested in the case to President Trump says chief of staff John Kelly will be leaving his job at the end of the year. Trump isn't saying mmediately who will replace Kelly. But he says an announcement should be coming within a few days. The president is anticipating the challenge of governing after Democrats take control the White House in January of the house in January. He's also gearing up for his own reelection campaign in twenty twenty and three police in Brooklyn's still on the hunt for the man they stole a running SUV on Friday with three children inside the children all under the age of eight were found unharmed. But the parents may not be facing charges in the case in younger is a deadly shootout being investigated. We get the details from WCBS Steve burns. It was. Late Friday night. When Yonkers police say a man broke into a house on Buckingham road through a sliding glass door and began shooting at the couple inside the intruder police say was an ex boyfriend of the woman at the house, both the man and the woman were shocked, though, one of them also had a gun and was able to fire back Cording to police. The ex boyfriend identified as forty year old Edward Quesnoy of Tarrytown was shot multiple times, including once in the head police think that shot may have been self inflicted Keno was pronounced dead while the couple is still in the hospital with serious injuries. Police say cops were called to the scene by the male victims mother who also lives at the house, but in a separate area. She wasn't injured. Police say all three workers corrections officers with the Westchester county department of correction county, executive George Latimer says in a statement, our thoughts and prayers are with these two correction officers and their fellow members of service during this extremely difficult time we request that their privacy be respected as they valiantly attempt to recover. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight."