John Kelly divulges details about the Trump White House

DURHAM – In an interview on stage at Duke University last week, former White House chief of staff John Kelly, who left the administration in January, divulged details of his observations while serving in the Trump White House.

“I consider my time in the White House to be the most important job I’ve ever held, although it wasn’t my favorite.  I did my best to provide the President with as much detailed information as possible.  As far as media, President Trump preferred Fox News although he would watch MSNBC at times to keep him ‘motivated’.  He would read the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and of course Mendaco Press,” said Kelly during the interview.

Kelly also indicated that he might have also accepted the job for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, had she won the 2016 presidential election and asked him to fill it.

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