John Kelly Was Questioned By Mueller Team About Obstruction

Leroy Wright
December 8, 2018

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly has been questioned by special prosecutor Robert Mueller team of investigators, CNN is reporting.

Kelly, a retired general and the former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, has been chief of staff since July 2017.

File picture shows White House Chief of Staff John Kelly stepping off Air Force One as US President Donald Trump arrived to participate in a briefing on Hurricane Florence recovery efforts in Havelock, North Carolina, September 19, 2018. McGahn had refused to publicly deny the reporting.

Describing his relationship with President Trump as "tumultuous", CNN's Kaitlan Collins on-air reports Kelly is "expected to reign in the coming days". Potential replacements include Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, who is still seen as a leading contender.

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Like all of those interviewed, the person spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive personnel matters. Rumors of Kelly's departure have been circulating since last month's midterm elections.

Trump has been advised to bring on a chief of staff better suited to and familiar with the rough and tumble of a re-election campaign.

Barr, who also worked as AG for former President George HW Bush, replaces Jeff Sessions.

President Donald Trump has indicated he will make an announcement at Saturday's Army-Navy game and no one in the Pentagon seems to have the foggiest idea what he is talking about. Add Trump Administration as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Trump Administration news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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