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Chief of Staff John Kelly Is Expected to Resign

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Chief of Staff John Kelly Is Expected to Resign

Chief of Staff John Kelly Is Expected to Resign

Chief of Staff John Kelly Is Expected to Resign Sources say Kelly's resignation could happen within days.

It's reported that President Donald Trump and Kelly are no longer on speaking terms. A replacement for Kelly has not been finalized.

Trump reportedly is seeking a politically savvy replacement who can navigate the next two years with a Democratic House.

Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers, Kelly reportedly came close to resigning over the summer.

Early on, he was considered a steady presence in the White House.

His stormy tenure as Chief of Staff has been marked by controversy.

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