Fox News: Trump Parts Ways with Mick Mulvaney, Selects Mark Meadows for Chief of Staff

‘A Friday night shake-up’


EDSON: “Donald Trump is bringing one of his congressional stalwarts to the White House, out is Mick Mulvaney, the president’s budget director, expected to leave that job as the president picks a new Chief of Staff only months ahead of the presidential election. A Friday night shake-up, Donald Trump announces, quote, Mark Meadows will become Chief of Staff, I want to thank acting chief Mick Mulvaney for having served the administration so well. Medicine been considered for the job after John Kelly left the position, a trusted congressional alloy and he has a good relationship with meadows. The president says Mulvaney leaves the White House to become a new special envoy of Northern Ireland. Hours before the West Wing staffing change Donald Trump toward the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta comparing the Coronavirus to the seasonal flu that typically kills tens of thousands of Americans each year.”

(h/t FrontPageIndex)

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