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Report: WH May Be Looking to Bring in 'Second Wave' of Staff

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By    |   Monday, 03 Apr 2017 09:43 PM

President Donald Trump may be considering some changes in the White House and is "ready to bring in a second wave of people" that could include former campaign advisers, Fox News Channel's chief national correspondent reported Monday night.

In a report on "The O'Reilly Factor," Ed Henry reported the changes come in the wake of a devastating health care defeat.

Citing three unnamed advisers "not currently in the White House," Henry reported Trump has "started to call a lot of them and reached out to Newt Gingrich and Chris Christie."

"This is vintage Trump," Henry quoted one unnamed aide saying. "He suffers a blow and then retools. He did it three times in the campaign."

"I've been told over the next couple weeks we should expect more changes," Henry reported. "How quickly, how high up, we simply don't know yet or want to speculate, but the advisers are saying there's chatter among the White House staff and advisers outside the White House he's ready to bring in a second wave of people."

Pressed by host Bill O'Reilly if the retooling might bring in Gingrich, Christie and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani – all early and stalwart supporters during the presidential campaign – Henry said he was unsure if there would be "senior positions," but that Trump would "bring them in the fold."

"The point is he's reaching out to some of the people with him at the beginning," he said. "The fear among former campaign people not inside the White House is there are a lot of people the president's been listening to in the first 50, 70 days who were not on board at the beginning…"

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President Donald Trump may be considering some changes in the White House and is "ready to bring in a second wave of people" that could include former campaign advisers, Fox News Channel's chief national correspondent reported Monday night.In a report on "The O'Reilly...
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