Cocooned in my Atlanta house, I felt safe, but not at home. It was just too quiet. I missed the mayhem. I missed, too, the unplanned, spontaneous comings and goings of neighbors. Everything in America seemed efficiently structured and excessively orchestrated, from children’s playdates to a cable technician’s visit.
Many of Trump’s closest allies want the Breitbart mastermind gone, while others reportedly worry about the “mischief” he could make in exile.
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NEW YORK (AP) — New White House chief of staff John Kelly, in one of his first acts in his new post, called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position was safe despite the recent onslaught of criticism he has taken from President Donald Trump.
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In all the chaos engulfing Washington and the White House, it’s difficult to know sometimes which news items are grabbing voters’ attention. But it’s safe to say that last week did not help President Trump. From the failure to replace Obamacare to his son-in-law throwing his son under the bus to the Icarus-esque career of Anthony Scaramucci, the […]
More leaks… White House leakers told the Associated Press that Chief of Staff John Kelly called Attorney General Sessions on... The post White House Leakers: Trump Chief of Staff Assured Sessions His Job Is Safe appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
WASHINGTON, Aug 2 (Reuters) - New White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told Attorney General Jeff Sessions last weekend that his job was safe after Sessions endured several weeks of sharp public criticism from President Donald Trump, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The White House’s new chief of staff has called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to assure him that his job is safe, marking a shift in tone after weeks of criticism from President Trump and ex-communications director Anthony Scaramucci. John Kelly, who Trump named as his next chief of staff last...
If confirmed, the reassurance will bring an end to months of hostility between Sessions and the White House.
The new White House chief of staff called the attorney general, reassuring him that his position was safe despite criticism he has taken from Trump.
“New White House chief of staff John Kelly, in one of his first acts in his new post, called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position was safe despite the recent onslaught of criticism he has taken [...]
Despite the constant bullying campaigning President Donald Trump has relentlessly waged against Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the new White House chief of staff assured the AG his job is safe. The Associated Press reports that new White House chief of staff John Kelly placed a reassurance phone...
New White House chief of staff John Kelly has called Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reassure him that his position is safe. The Saturday phone call was meant to smooth … Click to Continue »
8-year-old Harrison Holt calmly called 911 while keeping his 11-month-old sister safe and sound from a raging house fire.
This complex in the Rockaways was rebuilt and is clean, well-maintained, and safe.
Refugees fleeing the worst humanitarian crises of our time don’t just need tents – they need safe and stable long-term housing, a sense of community, access to transitional resources and plans for permanent integration into existing cities. Smart and sensitive design solutions may play just one small role in addressing the crisis, but they can …