By Grace Lidia Suárez In an attempt to bring some order into the chaos that is the Trump White House, and perhaps get some of the mud off his reputation, Chief of Staff John Kelly announced that staff without permanent security clearances would no longer have access to classified information. The
By David Malcolm It’s hard to know whether to feel sorry for the staff of the White House. The silence of both Republicans and the White House administration in the face of Trump’s constant scandals is deafening at times and it is clear that no one has any control over him.
By Susan Kuebler In one of the more bizarre stories coming out of the White House, and most of them are already pretty bizarre, Trump’s former Apprentice contestant and aide Omarosa Manigault was apparently fired this morning. For those who actually watched Trump’s TV show “The Apprentice,” Omarosa was regarded
By Susan Kuebler Earlier on Thursday, October 19th Trump’s Chief-of-Staff General John Kelly spent approximately 18 minutes speaking to reporters during the daily press briefing. His appearance was designed to contain the outcry of the Trump’s reported comments to a widow of one of the four Green Berets killed in
By Susan Kuebler Rumors were swirling around D.C. yesterday amid reports (unconfirmed) that Trump’s Chief of Staff General John Kelly had been taken off Air Force One prior to its departure for Las Vegas. Gen. Kelly was originally going to be on AF1 to Vegas with Trump today but was
By Tiffany Rodgers Have you seen Kelly’s reaction to Trump’s UN speech? You can tell he just realized that he is on the wrong side. Mr. John Kelly, we all feel like this every time Trump embarrasses America. Welcome to our world, Kelly. https://t.co/OqLElcqHYl — Scott Weinberg (@scottEweinberg) September 19, 2017