John Kelly Currently Has Less Influence on Trump Than Fox & Friends Does

John Kelly Currently Has Less Influence on Trump Than Fox & Friends Does

John Kelly Currently Has Less Influence on Trump Than Fox & Friends Does

President Trump has asked John Kelly to stay on as White House chief of staff through 2020, multiple sources told Fox News on Tuesday.

A retired Marine Corps general, Kelly, 68, has been credited with bringing some measure of order and stability to a White House that has often been chaotic. Trump reportedly said at the time that he wanted "a general" as his top aide. Trump on Monday tweeted congratulations to Kelly on reaching the one-year milestone.

Mr Kelly hit the one-year mark as Mr Trump's chief of staff Monday.

Trump had consulted with advisers about whom he should pick as Kelly's successor - and considered Nick Ayers, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, and Mick Mulvaney, who heads the Office of Management and Budget.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about private conversations. Kelly was accused of sitting on the explosive allegations and defending Porter even after graphic photographic evidence of the abuse surfaced.

Kelly is telling staffers that he had agreed to stay on.

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Kelly had been widely expected to depart the post sometime this summer.

A source speaking to the Wall Street Journal said that "the plan" was to have Kelly remain until 2020 but that it could always change.

In the past, Trump has been coy about Kelly's role going forward.

"Look, at some point, things happen but I will tell you. we have a very good relationship".

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