According to reports, Trump would have called Meadows on Thursday evening, and he would be offered the job. Mulvaney, in Nevada these days, he would have heard the news only on Friday. The arrival of Meadows coincides with the return of Hope Hicks, the former director of communications at the White House, who will work from Monday to the son-in-law-adviser to Trump, Jared Kushner.
"I have the pleasure to announce that Mark Meadows will be the new chief of staff of the White House. I know him since a long time and we have worked together, our relationship is very good" tweet Trump. "I want to thank Mick Mulvaney for having served in the administration. Will become the special envoy of the United States in Northern Ireland," he adds. Mulvaney was appointed chief of staff, the pro tempore of the White House in December 2018, and had officially assumed the position in January 2019 with the release of John Kelly. Meadows is the fourth chief of staff of Trump after Mulvany, Kelly and Reince Priebus.
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