Trump’s New Chief Of Staff Makes First Public Comments – And The Whole World Is Laughing


WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 31:  Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly listens as U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the beginning of a meeting with government cyber security experts in the Roosevelt Room at the White House January 31, 2017 in Washington, DC. Citing the hack of computers at the Democratic National Committee by Russia, Trump said that the private and public sectors must do more to prevent and protect against cyber attacks.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Word on the street is, now that President Trump has hired new chief of staff John F. Kelly, the administration is going to start making a turn for the better.

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According to a source close to the White House, and verified by CNN, they’re saying now that “The days of tolerating bull**t in this White House are over.”

Kelly has already forced out new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, who has only served for 10 days, making him the shortest serving comm’s director in U.S. history. Kelly apparently didn’t like the fact that Scaramucci was openly bragging about having direct access to the president, being able to sidestep the chief of staff.

On Monday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders backed up Kelly’s newfound role by saying from now on, “all staff will report to him.” This will include senior staffers Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon. “That includes everybody at the White House,” Sanders confirmed.

So, that’s one obvious change, but does anybody really believe the days of “bull**it* are over? No one on the internet is buying it. After all, can Kelly really contain Trump’s tweeting?

People have a point. Accountability starts at the top, with Trump himself. Trump can fire everyone he likes but at the end of the day, if he’s still running things the way he is, nothing will end up changing. So far, Trump has fired or forced into resignation several key members of his administration, but guess what? The bull**it hasn’t stopped.

Here’s a list of members already let go:

-Acting attorney general Sally Yates

-U.S. Attorney, Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara

-FBI Director James B. Come

-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn

-White House communications director Mike Dubke

-Mark Corallo, spokesman for the legal team defending Trump on the Russia investigation

-Press Secretary Sean Spicer

-Assistant press secretary Michael Short

-White House chief of staff Reince Priebus

– Communications director Anthony Scaramucci

Expect this list only to get longer. There’s already an exclusive breaking report coming out from CNN that the new White House chief of staff himself, the one who is going to put the White House on lock down, is already in Trump’s cross hairs.

According to the brand new report, Kelly was so upset at how President Trump handled the firing of FBI Director James Comey that he called Comey to say he was considering resigning. CNN verified this information through two sources familiar with the conversation that took place.

“John was angry and hurt by what he saw and the way (Comey) was treated,” one of the sources said.

Comey took Kelly’s call while traveling back from Los Angeles to Washington on the day he was fired, recommending to Kelly that he not resign because of the incident. Even though the two aren’t extremely close, they still maintain a professional relationship and reportedly have a deep mutual respect for each other, according to the sources.

So, far Trump has yet to announce Comey’s replacement, but Kelly has only been White House chief of staff since Trump made the news public on Friday.

It’s unclear if Trump has heard of this yet, but it’s safe to say he hasn’t given his extreme dislike for Comey.

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