White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said rumors surrounding him possibly replacing White House Chief of Staff John Kelly were made up by people "unhappy that htey've lost access to the president under General Kelly's leadership."
From Townhall: White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney responded Sunday to reports that he’s being considered to replace White House Chief of Staff John Kelly after the retired general faced backlash over the way he handled Staff Secretary Rob Porter’s departure over domestic abuse allegations.
“Absolutely not,” he said on “Fox News Sunday.”
“I think all of these stories about replacing General Kelly are mostly being fed by people who are unhappy that they’ve lost access to the president under General Kelly’s leadership,” he added. “I'm extraordinarily pleased with the job the chief has been doing. … I think the president is as well. I think all this talk about the chief's departure is much ado about nothing.”
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The fake news media and their “anonymous” sources got debunked again.
According to President Trump’s assistant Marc Short, General John Kelly never offered his resignation. In fact, The Trump Administration thinks General Kelly is doing a tremendous job.