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WSJ: John Kelly to Quit White House Job Soon

WSJ: John Kelly to Quit White House Job Soon
White House chief of staff John Kelly (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 28 June 2018 04:37 PM

White House chief of staff John Kelly might depart in the coming weeks and President Donald Trump is already speaking with advisers about his possible replacement, according to a new report.

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Trump has spoken with advisers about his next right-hand man.

Kelly might resign as soon as this week or potentially after Trump's European trip in mid-July, the Journal reported.

Kelly took over as chief of staff July 31, 2017, replacing Reince Priebus. If media reports are true, Trump and Kelly have butted heads on numerous occasions during Kelly's time in the West Wing.

In March, it was reported Trump had been relying on Kelly less and less to make decisions and while speaking with foreign heads of state.

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President Donald Trump is already speaking with advisers about his possible replacement for the potential departure of White House chief of staff John Kelly in the coming weeks, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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