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  • Mick Mulvaney reportedly plans to undo John Kelly's work as White House chief of staff

    Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has been undoing some of the constraints his predecessor, John Kelly, had placed on people's access to President Donald Trump, according to a New York Times report. Mulvaney reportedly told the staffers he did not intend to mimic Kelly's leadership style. The four-star general had attempted to curb the freewheeling access people had to Trump when he served in the role. With Mulvaney at the helm, staff members were reportedly welcomed to meetings in...

    Business Insider
  • John Kelly Opens Up About Tumultuous White House Tenure

    White House chief of staff John Kelly, who will depart President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday, told The Los Angeles Times in an extensive interview published Sunday that the president never ordered him to do anything illegal and added that the proposed border wall at the center of the government shutdown fight is not as it has been portrayed. Kelly, set to be replaced by Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, who will serve as acting chief of staff, said he made...
  • John Kelly speaks out about White House tenure in new interview

    The outgoing White House chief of staff spoke to the Los Angeles Times about his time in the Trump administration, calling it a “bone-crushing hard job.” He said the southern border wall is not as the president has portrayed it and pinned family separations at the border on former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

    NBC News
  • John Kelly Confirms He Was Lying All Along: The White House Is in Chaos

    In an exit interview, the outgoing chief of staff tries to protect his legacy

    Rolling Stone