President Trump had no Plan B. In any White House, the chief of staff is arguably the most punishing position. (Mark Humphrey/AP)Kelly led the White House senior staff meeting Monday morning but did not mention that he would be leaving to the staff, an attendee said. After months of discussions, Trump decided he wanted to poach Ayers, who is Vice President Pence’s chief of staff, as his own chief. “I have spoken to nobody about the chief of staff job,” Levine said in a statement Monday to Fox News.
Source: Washington Post December 11, 2018 00:52 UTC