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The white house budget director to take over from John Kelly

– There is no time limit. He is the acting chief of staff, which means that he is the head of the staff. The choice fell on him because he is appreciated by the president – they will agree, " says the source, placed high in the Trumpadministrationen, speaking on condition of anonymity.

on Twitter that ”Mick has done an excellent job in the administration. I look forward to working with him in his new role”.

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The 51-year-old Mulvaney takes over after John Kelly, who succeeded Reince Priebus last summer and for a long time been seen with oblida eyes of his boss. At new year's his time on the stabschefsposten in the White house definitely to the right, which Trump announced in early december. Thus he may eat up his own words from Twitter in 2012 when he criticized Barack Obama for having three heads of group staff units within three years – Mulvaney will be Trump's third within two years.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/156829591267328000

Mick Mulvaney is considered a hard-line republican on the conservative side. As a congressman, he has previously represented the state of South Carolina.

He is very much a Trump-a loyalist, but he has expressed more nuanced if the person Trump. On november 2, 2016, a week before the presidential election, said Mulvaney in an election debate, ”Yes, I support Donald Trump and I do it so enthusiastically I can, despite the fact that I think he is a terrible person. The option on the other hand, however, is just as bad”.

In budgetary matters, he is known for to greatly cut in all federal spending to do. However, it has not been particularly successful, when both the republicans and democrats in congress have chosen to ignore his edict, writes the New York Times.

would away have two names emerged as likely successors: Nick Ayers and Chris Christie.

Former New Jersey governor Christie did on Friday, it clear that he is not considering to say yes to the Trump. And vice president Mike Pences chief of staff Nick Ayers said last weekend, no thanks to the president's offer to replace Kelly.

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