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White house chief of staff leaving his post

the Announcement from Trump came on the eve of a trip to Philadelphia on Saturday. The face of the journalists on the lawn outside the White house stopped Donald Trump up and told me that his chief of staff leaving his post.

– John Kelly will be leaving at the end of the year, I don't know if I can say that he retires, "says Trump, adding:

" But he is a smasher.

days will the president to announce who will replace John Kelly, according to The New York Times.

A possible candidate, according to The New York Times, 36-year-old Nick Ayers, who is vice-president Mike Pences current chief of staff. Ayers is said to be a skilful practitioners, which should have been a trait that John Kelly was missing.

Ayers should have recently traveled with president Donald Trump on board Air Force One without that Mike Pence followed with, according to news agency Bloomberg.

According to data provided to Reuters, Trump talked with Ayers to take over the job.

a time reported data on the growing tensions between the White house, 68-year-old chief of staff and Donald Trump.

John Kelly must have experienced his work have been hampered by its oförutsägbare head. After mellanårsvalet there have been several characters who have shown that Trump has sought a successor to Kelly. While the president has bypassed Kelly's routines and protocols.

According to the New York Times should Trump have perceived that John Kelly withheld things from him.

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