General John Kelly Shakes Up Trump’s White House 

Nothing like a bit of good order and discipline being brought to the corridors of the White House. President Donald Trump’s new Chief of Staff, retired Marine Corps General John Kelly, has started providing that. In an address to staffers, he reminded them of who they were working for and what their priorities should be. He made it clear that he did not care how they got there, they serve at the pleasure of the President. I think that General Kelly will be the one determining that pleasure from now on. The President’s open door is now closed and Tweets may come under control. Do you approve?

As Written By Robert Donachie for the Daily Caller:

President Donald Trump’s new Chief of Staff John Kelly gave a speech to roughly 200 White House aides Friday and warned them about the serious repercussions of leaking classified information and about their priorities in serving the president.

Kelly, a retired Marine Corps four-star general, reportedly told the staff that he did not care how long each staff member has been with the Trump camp or how they made it to the White House. Each member of the staff works with one common purpose: to serve at the pleasure of the president, he said Friday.

The former Marine Corps general said members of the staff should be loyal to their country first, the president second, and their own individual needs and priorities should come last.

In his first week as chief of staff, Kelly fired former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci just 10 days after the Wall Street banker took the job. Kelly also terminated two National Security Council aides that were speculated to have their own agendas and who were reportedly working outside the chain of command.

Kelly has also stopped the open door policy to the Oval Office that the president had established and that …….


Kelly Is Shaking Up The Trump White House | The Daily Caller

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