The Carolina Panthers founder and owner Jerry Richardson is under investigation for workplace misconduct. The team said Friday former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles is overseeing the investigation by a Los Angeles-based law firm. Team spokesman Steven Drummond said in a release that...
Former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles will oversee the investigation of Jerry Richardson. The Carolina Panthers announced Friday that an internal investigation has been launched into allegations of workplace misconduct against the team’s owner, Jerry Richardson. “The Carolina Panthers and Mr. Show More Summary
After reportedly setting off alarms in the White House after trying to enter the residence after she’d been sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly, Omarosa Manigault Newman is threatening to go nuclear. In an interview with Good Morning...Show More Summary
Omarosa Manigault Newman is bucking reports that White House chief of staff John Kelly fired her.
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and former chief of staff Reince Priebus reportedly urged President Donald Trump to accept the conclusions of US intelligence agencies on Russian interference in the 2016 elections, but TrumpShow More Summary
The Secret Service pushed back on claims about Omarosa Manigault Newman being physically escorted from the White House after she was fired by Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly. American Urban Radio Network‘s April Ryan claimed Omarosa was...Show More Summary
The White House is officially saying Omarosa quietly resigned, but multiple sources tell TMZ there was plenty of drama between her, Donald Trump and his Chief of Staff prior to her departure. Sources close to Omarosa tell us…
The president's confidence he'll be exonerated isn't shared by staff. NBC chief White House correspondent Hallie Jackson says White House staffers are terrified of being swept up in special prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation, despite President Donald Trump's evidence-free belief he'll be exonerated in the probe. Show More Summary
The president's wife has reportedly become a political adviser and means to go around Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Vice President Mike Pence and former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus reportedly considered a coup to replace then candidate Donald Trump on the GOP presidential ticket following the release of the "Access Hollywood" tape last...Show More Summary
While White House chief of staff John Kelly has been credited with bringing structure to West Wing operations, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that President Trump has found loopholes in the system and is apparently capitalizing on them. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The Wall Street Journal reports: Chief of Staff John Kelly over the past five months has imposed discipline and rigorous protocols on a freewheeling White House. But President Donald Trump has found the loopholes. The president on occasion...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump is in the habit of circumventing the discipline imposed by Chief of Staff John Kelly by calling aides to the West Wing late at night for secret meetings and assignments. According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump summons staffers to his private residence in the evening to...
Wall Street Journal: “The president on occasion has called White House aides to the private residence in the evening, where he makes assignments and asks them not tell Mr. Kelly about the plans, according to several people familiar with the [...]
Specifics include mice in the situation room and Navy mess food service area, cockroach infestations in "at least four parts of the White House", and "a colony of ants living in chief of staff John Kelly's office."
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly claimed he doesn't keep up with Donald Trump's tweets. Perhaps it's time he start.
Mr. Watson, Johnson’s chief of staff in all but name, was among the president’s closest advisers. He was once called “one of the least known but most important men in Washington.”
A retired Marine colonel announced he intended to launch a long-shot write-in campaign in the special election for the open Alabama Senate seat. Lee Busby, 60, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, once served as White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s vice chief of staff when Kelly was a Marine general....
A former top aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly plans to launch a write-in campaign for Alabama's Senate seat. Lee Busby, a 60-year-old retired Marine colonel from Tuscaloosa, said that he saw a route for a centrist candidate. Busby...Show More Summary
Lee Busby, a retired Marine colonel who once served as a top aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, “plans to launch a long-shot write-in campaign Monday afternoon to become Alabama’s next senator, with just 15 days left [.....