Listen: General Kelly, John Kelly And Hillary Clinton discussed on Rob Pratte
"Jameson talk about the opening day. Look on John Bell, broadcaster blocks. I'm angie. No. We are broadcasting live from the David l Lawrence convention center. It is came home and garden show, and we are taking your calls. Eight six six three nine one at ten twenty eight six six three nine one ten twenty a couple of other interesting stories I want to throw into the mix here as well. John kelly. In his exit interview after he left his post. The White House says chief of staff. Apparently upset the president. According to the hill. Kelly was doing a QNA on Wednesday at Duke University when he touched on a what if scenario and the what if scenario was this if Hillary Clinton had won the presidency, and she called me and said, I really need a good chief of staff. He says I'd have probably done it. Now, many people get upset about this, especially as Republicans and Trump supporters. But I think that everyone ought to see this as something that is worthy of great commendation about. General kelly. Because he said politics aside, it's all about governing the country. He didn't join the military because Republican or democrat was in office because a Republican or democrat was the commander in chief. He didn't stay in service because the commander in chief was a Republican or democrat. He saw it as a duty to serve country. And it doesn't make a difference to him. Whether it's a Republican or democrat the calls upon him. It's about the country. I think that's commendable. Now, he's at some other things that weren't all that flattering about the president about the job being the least enjoyable job. He's ever had. But. At least from the standpoint of what he if when it comes to serving under Clinton. He says, yes. And I think that is a notable feature about him. Little bit characteristic, John and craft and John welcome to Katie k radio."