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Reince Priebus is OUT, John Kelly OUT at DHS ~ Pamela Geller (pamelageller.com)

Thrilled Reince is OUT! He is a RINO and has never been team Trump. It is said he was leaking White House intel to the media.

I am not a fan of his replacement, John Kelly. I broke the story of John Kelly’s writing a love letter to terror supporter CAIR leader and vocal terror supporter Hassan Shibley. Now he’s out at DHS. Good. He’s replacing Priebus. At least he won’t be in a national security position.

DHS’ KELLY: JIHADIS HAVE “CORRUPTED THE WHOLE CONCEPT OF ISLAM AS A RELIGION”

TRUMP’S DHS THANKS HAMAS-CAIR’S HASSAN SHIBLY FOR “YEARS OF SUPPORT AND PARTNERSHIP,” “LOOKS FORWARD TO CONTINUING OUR WORK WITH YOU”

DHS-letter-to-Hassan-Shibly

 TRUMP NAMES JOHN KELLY NEW WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF

  • The role of chief of staff has been held by Reince Priebus, who was under fire early in Trump’s administration.
  • Kelly, a retired Marine general, had been serving as Trump’s secretary of Homeland Security.
  • The president announced the appointment through two tweets Friday.

President Donald Trump on Friday tweeted that John Kelly would take over as White House chief of staff, a role that had been held by Reince Priebus.

Kelly, a retired Marine general, has been serving as Homeland Security secretary.

Priebus, 45, became a target of Trump’s ire shortly into his term as White House chief of staff.

Trump has consistently applied pressure on Priebus and reportedly given him various deadlines to get a tumultuous White House in order.

Kelly, a retired Marine general, has been serving as Homeland Security secretary.

Priebus, 45, became a target of Trump’s ire shortly into his term as White House chief of staff.

Trump has consistently applied pressure on Priebus and reportedly given him various deadlines to get a tumultuous White House in order.

Priebus came under even more scrutiny recently when Trump brought on financier Anthony Scaramucci as communications director. Former press secretary Sean Spicer, one of Priebus’ allies in the White House, left after Scaramucci’s hiring.

Scaramucci created a White House spectacle Thursday following his Wednesday night tweet accusing someone of leaking a financial disclosure document that is publicly available. Scaramucci tagged Priebus in the tweet, but he later denied that he was identifying Priebus as the source.

President Donald Trump (L) and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly hold their hands over their hearts for the U.S. National Anthem as they attend the Coast Guard Academy commencement ceremonies where Trump is addressing the graduating class in New London, Connecticut, U.S. May 17, 2017.

President Donald Trump (L) and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly hold their hands over their hearts for the U.S. National Anthem as they attend the Coast Guard Academy commencement ceremonies where Trump is addressing the graduating class in New London, Connecticut, U.S. May 17, 2017.

He told CNN on Thursday that “if Reince wants to explain he’s not a leaker, do that.” Scaramucci compared himself and Priebus to the Biblical brothers Cain and Abel. Cain killed Abel.

On Thursday, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, “I don’t know if [Trump] has an opinion on what they should do between the two of them.”

“I think the president as always enjoys healthy competition and conversation, and he sees that as such,” she said.

Priebus led the Republican National Committee before coming to the White House. He had held that job since 2011.

After serving at the RNC and leading the Wisconsin Republican Party, Priebus had ties to the so-called establishment branch of the Republican Party embodied by leaders like House Speaker Paul Ryan. That put him at odds with top Trump advisor Steve Bannon, a firebrand who helped to inspire some of the protectionism and harsh anti-immigrant rhetoric that has marked Trump’s candidacy and now presidency.

For more from PG click below…

http://pamelageller.com/2017/07/rence-out.html/

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