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  • 'Trump doesn't have anyone': Politico reporter explains why Trump may tap Tea Partier as Chief of Staff

    Politico senior writer Jake Sherman told CNN that it was no surprise that nobody wants to step take over the White House Chief of Staff position from John Kelly, and predicted that President Trump’s reported favorite for the job, House Freedom Caucus chair Mark Meadows, might be the only person who could halfway pull it off. “You’re walking into a dark time in Trump’s presidency,” Sherman said, responding to anchor Brianna Keilar’s observation that it

    Raw Story
  • Trump may not even want a chief of staff and other commentary

    White House watch: Trump Doesn’t Need a Chief of Staff Who will President Trump choose to replace Chief of Staff John Kelly? The problem, according The Week’s Matthew Walther, is that “nobody qualified for the job wants it.” After all, it’s a demanding and largely thankless position, especially in Trump’s case. Which raises two questions:

    New York Post
  • Trump may not even want a chief of staff and other commentary

    White House watch: Trump Doesn’t Need a Chief of Staff Who will President Trump choose to replace Chief of Staff John Kelly? The problem, according to The Week’s Matthew Walther, is that “nobody qualified for the job wants it.” After all, it’s a demanding and largely thankless position, especially in Trump’s case. Which raises two

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  • Trump's next chief of staff may be walking into a nightmare

    The job of White House chief of staff is close to impossible at the best of times, but President Donald Trump's new West Wing enforcer faces an even tougher mission -- one that may eventually evolve into an effort to save his presidency itself.

    CNN
  • Rand Paul: Trump needs a chief of staff who 'actually agrees with his instincts'

    Sen. Rand Paul urged President Trump on Monday to choose a new chief of staff who agrees with Trump on foreign policy, instead of someone who will actively work against him.

    Washington Examiner
  • EPA chief: Trump administration may intervene in next climate study

    The climate assessment, which is compiled by experts across more than a dozen agencies, is mandated by Congress to be released every four years.

    POLITICO