White House Chief of Staff John Kelly looked clearly annoyed as Trump ranted about Germany being owned by Russia, but White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said that Kelly was annoyed because he was not served a full breakfast.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is calling on Special Counsel Robert Mueller to subpoena both President Donald Trump and his Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Back in March we reported that President Trump had considered serving as his own chief of staff so he could have “unfettered access to outsiders and fewer roadblocks to decision making.” Now Â The New York Times has reported that White House chief of staff John Kelly is burned out by his job and is questioning how long he can remain in the pressure-packed west wing post.
On Tuesday the United Nations called on the Trump administration to “immediately halt” its policy of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border with Mexico. The request came from the United Nations human rights office which has heavily criticized the administration for their actions of taking children away from their parents after they cross into the United States from Mexico.
Instead of demanding better from a president who is incapable, instead of holding him to the high standards of this office, instead of saying he is unfit and unable to serve, it has become acceptable to ask, Who are the “adults in the room” keeping him in line?
Saturday is a good day to look back on the events of the past week. With all the news about North Korea and Stormy Daniels, it would be easy to forget about the corrupt Jared Kushner. But we shouldn’t do that.
Remember when some pundits were singing the praises of John Kelly? They praised his work at the Department of Homeland Security, of which ICE is a part.
In a White House led by Donald Trump, who has shown little regard for women throughout his own life, it's no surprise that this is the culture of the West Wing.
The Rev. Rob Lee, an indirect descendant of Gen. Robert E. Lee, called White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's false praise for Lee and the Confederacy ignorant.
Despite spewing a blatant lie about Rep. Wilson earlier this month, Donald Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly took a page from his boss and said he will "never" apologize.
Donald Trump's handling of the aftermath of the Niger tragedy, which claimed the lives of four American servicemen, has caused considerable outrage and raised troubling questions. But what it didn't do, was reveal anything about Trump that we didn't already know. Contrarily, it only reinforced perceptions that were previously witnessed, but somehow ignored by his voters. For twelve days Donald Trump publicly ignored the deaths of four men who he claims to hold so dearly. Twelve days of silence proved him yet again, to be a malignant political fraud.
With the number of lies being told from the White House press lectern how will we the American people know when the truth is being told?
Waters said that Kelly has "fallen prey" to a White House in which lying to the American public to protect Trump is a job requirement.
As Donald Trump lines up his putts in Virginia on Saturday, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson is in Florida, doing what this president has yet to do: Honor the life of Sgt. La David Johnson.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fell apart when confronted by the press with John Kelly's lies. All she could do was double down and change the White House's story.
During an interview on Fox Business, Donald Trump tried to hide behind John Kelly but only made things worse for himself.
Rep. Frederica Wison didn't sit back and let a Trump administration official lie about her, no matter how much she may sympathize with his pain of losing his son in combat.
Rep. Frederica Wilson had the perfect response to Trump's disrespect and game playing. In a statement, she sucked all of the oxygen out of a feud that Trump was trying to start.
A press conference that was designed to manipulate and deflect criticism of Trump's disrespect for the troops immediately backfired on White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.