WASHINGTON – The Us president, Donald Trump is going to Mick Mulvaney appoint as deputy chief of staff of the White House. He replaces John Kelly, who, according to the president remains on until the end of the year.
Mick Mulvaney (r) during a meeting with Donald Trump.
Mulvaney is currently the head of the department of management and budget (OMB) in Washington. He is the third chief of staff of Trump, which is the appointment announced via Twitter. The president called his afzwaaiende chief of staff Kelly a “true patriot” and thanked him for his services.
With the choice for Mulvaney comes to an end the chaotic search for the successor of Kelly. Trump made this month announced that general out of service, the field clears up as his chief of staff, but had yet no successor is arranged. Several candidates appeared to have no interest.
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