White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is leaving office at the end of the month.
This time, the rumors about John Kelly leaving appear to be true.
There’s yet another rumor that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly could be on the way out.
After one year at a job that has to be among the most frustrating in Washington, John Kelly has agreed to stay on through the 2020 election.
Donald Trump wants Republicans to make his immigration policies the centerpiece of the midterm campaign. What could possibly go wrong?
John Kelly is nearing the end of his first year as White House Chief of Staff, and it’s becoming apparent that his mission to bring order to a disordered White House has failed.
This President lies on a daily basis. It’s time to start calling him what he is.
After eight months in office, the pressures on Chief of Staff John Kelly continue to mount under a President who cannot be controlled and whose behavior will not change.
POLITICO buries the lede in making the case for “Donald Trump’s bubble presidency.”
President Trump remains the most unpopular newly elected President since the end of the Second World War, and there’s no sign that will change.
Sean Spicer now says he regrets the lies that defined his time at the White House.
John Kelly has only been White House Chief of Staff for a month, but it’s already apparent that he isn’t likely to last very long in that position.
White House insiders have renewed efforts to oust Presidential adviser Steve Bannon. Can they succeed?
In another major change announced via Twitter, late yesterday President Trump announced he’d hired a new Chief of Staff, but changes at the staff level aren’t going to fix what’s really wrong with the Trump Administration.
President Trump’s weeklong effort to undermine his own Attorney General continues.
Reports are indicating that Donald Trump may be looking to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions with Rudy Giuliani.
A big but not unexpected personnel change at the White House.