President Trump Searches for Third Chief of Staff Replacement
It’s been three days since President Trump announced Chief of Staff John Kelly is leaving the White House and rumors are still swirling around Capitol Hill about who will take his job.
Also in the mix is budget director Mick Mulvaney, acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker, deputy campaign manager Dave Bossie and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie.
Lawmakers say the next chief of staff will have their hands full with the house controlled by Democrats and the Russia investigation looming over the White House.
The new chief of staff will be the president’s third since taking office.