Trump Considering Son-In-Law Kushner For Chief Of Staff Job — HuffPost

Trump Considering Son-In-Law Kushner For Chief Of Staff Job — HuffPost

"I hope Governor-elect Walz will make it a priority to meet with President Trump in the near future and work to build a productive working relationship with the White House".

The news of the party's cancellation has not been announced by the White House.

Trump's administration has set records for staff turnover, and the president has often struggled to attract experienced political professionals, a challenge that has grown more hard with the upcoming threat of costly Democratic oversight investigations and an uncertain political environment.

Declined to answer if he was interviewing for chief of staff.

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Top White House officials, especially the communications staff, routinely circulated at these media parties and often talked shop. The decision is expected by the end of the year, when Kelly leaves.

An exact date for Kelly's departure appeared to be fluid this week.

Mr Christie, a brash, tough-talking politician, was a contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 but abandoned the attempt after a poor showing in the New Hampshire primary and subsequently endorsed Mr Trump, becoming his adviser throughout the 2016 campaign.

Meanwhile, The White House says Trump has told Rep. Mark Meadows that he's needed in Congress and won't be Trump's next chief of staff.

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Trump has also bypassed the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner the past two years. Some potential candidates like Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have offered polite no-thank-yous.

With some of Trump's previous top aides facing lengthy prison time and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into allegations of campaign finance violations and collusion with Russian Federation coming to a head, it's understandable that candidates aren't jumping at the chance.

Yet Trump once mocked his predecessor for chief of staff turnover. Trump also reportedly didn't want to have to deal with yet another special election to replace Meadows, one which could very well have been lost.

But Trump doesn't much like the media (OK, he kinda' hates them).

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With Kelly out, many political pundits, particularly those on the left, worry about what a new, less structured individual in the position may lead to.

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