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The Daily BeastDec 10, 2018
Clinton Hunter David Bossie Emerges as Dark Horse Chief of Staff Pick
Andrew HarrerAs Donald Trump prepares to pick his third White House chief of staff in two years, aides and advisers say he is torn between two competing impulses. He understands that the right person for the role is someone who will be subservient to his management style and execute his vision. But his love for the glitzy hire has drawn him towards tapping a big name and alpha personality that he may clash with once again.

The competing interests were supposed to have been a non-issue with the likely ascension of Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff Nick Ayers— a young, seasoned and, most importantly, behind-the-scenes political animal—to replace the departing John Kelly.

But Ayers turned down the role, and now the president and his aides are frantically searching for a candidate who can match Trump's difficult, often contrasting demands. On Sunday, the president tweeted that he was still "in the process of interviewing some really great people for the position of White House Chief of Staff," and chided members of the media for portraying Ayers as a lock. One current White House official compared it to tripping and then telling onlookers that you had meant to lose your footing.

Read more at The Daily Beast.



Fox PoliticsDec 10, 2018
Kushner praises 'fabulous' new White House Counsel, other fresh appointees in exclusive Fox News interview
President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner told Fox News' "Hannity" exclusively on Monday that, despite increasingly critical media reports on the Trump administration and his role in it, the White House is humming along effectively as new officials prepare to take over top roles.

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Reuters PoliticsDec 10, 2018
Trump considering several candidates for chief of staff: sources
President Donald Trump is considering Republican Representative Mark Meadows, former campaign adviser David Bossie, and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for White House chief of staff, a source familiar with the search said on Monday.

Fox PoliticsDec 10, 2018
New York Yankees president Randy Levine tells Fox News WH hasn't contacted him to be chief of staff
New York Yankees President Randy Levine told Fox News on Monday that, despite reports he might replace outgoing White House chief of staff John Kelly, no one has reached out to him about that possibility as the Trump administration enters the political equivalent of a rebuilding year.

Reuters PoliticsDec 10, 2018
Trump considering handful of candidates for chief of staff: sources
President Donald Trump is considering Republican Representative Mark Meadows, former campaign adviser David Bossie, and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for White House chief of staff, a source familiar with the search said on Monday.

Fox PoliticsDec 10, 2018
Trump's White House chief of staff: Who's in the running to replace John Kelly?
Here's a look at seven men rumored to be under consideration as the next White House chief of staff.

The Daily BeastDec 08, 2018
James Comey to Congressional Investigators: Four Americans Connected to Trump Probed Ahead of Election for Russian Meddling
BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/GettyThe FBI scrutinized four Americans with some connection to Donald Trump's campaign starting in the summer of 2016 for potentially helping the Kremlin meddle in the presidential election, former FBI Director James Comey revealed in testimony to Congressional investigators..

The details were made public for the first time on Saturday when the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees released the transcript of Friday's seven-hour, closed-door interview with Comey.

Comey's statements provide new information about the timing of the federal government's probe into the 2016 presidential election between Trump and Democrat Party nominee Hillary Clinton, and could offer new clues about what's coming down the pipeline from the Department of Justice.

Read more at The Daily Beast.


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