It’s been more than six months since John Kelly joined the White House as President Trump’s second chief of staff. In that time, he has imposed a semblance of order on an otherwise chaotic operation. But he’s also demonstrated that, far from acting as the “adult” in the room, he’s as implicated in the worst impulses of the Trump administration as the president himself.
John Cassidy writes about the testimony of John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, to the F.B.I. director, Christopher Wray, about the White House’s knowledge of its former staffer Rob Porter’s alleged domestic abuse.
Chief of staff John Kelly is ordering changes to the White House security clearance process after allegations against an ex-aide.
People close to President Donald Trump are torn over what should happen to White House chief of staff John Kelly. Some say it'd be a "lethal" mistake for President Donald Trump to oust him. Others say he needs to go for his handling...
The White House Chief of Staff ordered several changes to the clearance process, including limiting access to certain classified information