John Kelly, Donald Trump's Chief Of Staff, To Leave Post By End Of Year

George Bowden
John Kelly, right, has advised Donald Trump since last summer.

John F. Kelly, US President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, will leave the job by the end of the year, Trump said on Saturday.

Trump confirmed Kelly’s planned departure to reporters on the White House lawn before departing for the traditional Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia.

Kelly’s replacement will be announced shortly, Trump said.

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