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Trump replaces chief of staff Priebus with general Kelly

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As Secretary of Homeland Security, he has been very effective in engaging members of Congress and communicating a coherent message for the President.

Priebus becomes the 11th Trump administration official to resign or be fired, joining the likes of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and press secretary Sean Spicer.

In one recent instance, Tillerson found himself seemingly at odds with the White House over the United States approach to a dispute between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

Press secretary Sean Spicer quit after the appointment of Mr Scaramucci, warningover "too many cooks in the kitchen".

During his CNN interview, Scaramucci groused that details of his White House dinner with Trump and some of Scaramucci's former colleagues at Fox News Channel had become public.

Reince Priebus has resigned his role as White House chief of staff, saying it had become clear that the USA president wanted to go in a different direction. John has also done a spectacular job at Homeland Security.

MCEVERS: What is your sense from your sources and what you're hearing about whether John Kelly will have a better chance in this job than Priebus did? "He has helped seal the border and reduce illegal immigration by 70 per cent", she said.

Kelly had much more power to change federal policy from his position at the Department of Homeland Security, and that's exactly what he did. "The entire administration loves him and no one is comparable", Sanders said.

Throughout the interview, Priebus defended Trump and his decision to resign, saying that it was a mutual decision between himself and the President.

On Twitter, Trump thanked Priebus for his service.

Both Priebus and Scaramucci were reportedly traveling with the president on Air Force One today to NY.

In a statement, Priebus said it had been one of the great honours of his life to serve Trump and the country. I think the president wanted to go in a different direction. "I don't know if this is repairable or not - that will be up to the president", he said.

Priebus says he supports the president and that he's "doing great" personally.

Lost in a wave of high-drama ousts, two other figures have bowed out of the Trump administration: former deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh and former director of the Office of Government Ethics Walter Shaub.

Trump announced the switch on Twitter after a trip to NY, on which he was accompanied by Priebus.

In fact, he chatted with Priebus repeatedly during the flight.

He then directly referenced Priebus and said, "We have had odds, we have had differences".

Priebus said in a statement that it was one of the greatest honours of his life to serve the U.S. president and the country.

Outgoing Homeland Security Secretary and new White House chief of staff John Kelly is thanking the staff at DHS for the opportunity to serve as their secretary. "I think what everybody needs to do is focus on the president, to focus on the things he wants to get done for the American people". I'll get to the person who leaked that to you. Available on Android and IOS.

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