TRUMP NAMES NEW CHIEF OF STAFF - REINCE PRIEBUS IS OUT

Jul 28, 2017

By Michael Kramer

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Another bombshell from the White House.
President Donald Trump says General John F. Kelly is his new White House chief of staff – and that means Reince Priebus is gone.
There are reports that he resigned yesterday.
In a tweet Trump says : “I am pleased to inform you that I have just named General / Secretary John F. Kelly as White House Chief of Staff.”

Kelly is a retired Marine four-star general – who was serving as the secretary of Homeland Security.
Trump went on to tweet that Kelly “has been a true star of my administration.”

Priebus travelled with Trump earlier today to an appearance in Brentwood, New York where the president thanked him for his service and “dedication to his country.”

Priebus’ hold on the White House job has in question for some time – and even more this week – after Trump’s new communications director Anthony Scaramucci  bad-mouthed him to a reporter for the New Yorker.  

Trump hired Scaramucci over Priebus’s objections – and Scaramucci reports directly to the president.

 

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