On Saturday's South Lawn, President Trump said he will announce Kelly's replacement in the next day or so. Kelly, a retired four-star retired Marine Corps General, was the president's chief assistant since late July 2017 and had a rocky mandate.
Trump irritated Kelly's management style and resisted some of his moves to instill discipline in the west wing and contain chaos. In the last few months, the power of the chief of staff has diminished and administrative policies and decisions have been guided more by the president's instinct than by Kelly's trials.
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