White House chief of staff John Kelly told reporters on Thursday that he doesn’t think he’s getting fired.
"I was not brought in to control him," Kelly said in a very rare press conference appearance
Kelly batted down speculation he would be the next member of the administration to go, saying he was "not quitting today" and would not be getting fired either.
President Trump’s Chief of Staff John Kelly said Thursday that he had no intention of quitting and did not believe he was going to be fired — even though “It’s not the best job I’ve ever had.” “I’m not quitting today. I don’t believe, and…
The White House chief of staff made an unusual appearance from the briefing room podium on Thursday, addressing head on rumors about his future in the West Wing.
White House chief of staff John F. Kelly said Thursday that reports of dissension in the West Wing are overblown and that he's not quitting his new post.
Kelly told reporters Thursday at the daily White House briefing, “Unless things change, I’m not quitting, I’m not getting fired and I don’t think I’ll fire anyone tomorrow.”