US President Donald Trump wants to make his former budget Director Mick Mulvaney to the interim chief of staff in the White house. The Trump announced on Twitter.
….I look forward to working with him in this new capacity as we continue to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! John will be staying until the end of the year. He is a GREAT PATRIOT and I want to personally thank him for his service!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 14. December 2018,
Mulvaney had done in his previous role as budget Director “outstanding” work, wrote Trump. He is looking forward to working with him in his new Position, cooperate. His acting chief of staff Kelly praised Trump as a “great patriot”. He thanked the Ex-General for his services.
a week Ago, the US had informed the President that the White house chief of staff, John Kelly, had to leave the Post until the end of the year. Trumps previous chiefs of staff had in the White house in a difficult position. Kelly was followed in July of 2017, the hapless Reince Priebus. The ratio between the prestigious Four-star General and the President should have then deteriorated fast.
Mulvaney comes from South Carolina and had referred to the financial policy of US President Barack Obama as “eight years of uncontrolled Taxing and spending policies”.
As a favorite for the succession of Kelly, the chief of staff of Vice-President Mike Pence, Nick Ayers. Ayers said but on Sunday, he will leave the White house. As another candidate, the former Governor was traded from New Jersey, Chris Christie. Christie gave the President, however, on Friday a cancellation.
In a communication from Christie’s to the “New York Times” it was said, it was an honor that Trump draw him for the Post in consideration. “However, I told the President that now is not the right time for me or my family to take on this serious task.”