Published: Wed, December 12, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Colbert Has A Gruesome Theory About Trump's Ideal Chief Of Staff

Colbert Has A Gruesome Theory About Trump's Ideal Chief Of Staff

US President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he'd reveal his pick to replace outgoing Chief of Staff John Kelly within the next two weeks, but with the Mueller investigation probing and prosecuting individuals closest to Trump, filling the position may be tougher than imagined.

"Look, it's an honor even to be considered", the former Pennsylvania Republican senator and one-time presidential hopeful told Erin Burnett on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront". "Why wouldn't someone want one of the truly great and meaningful jobs in Washington". Bottom line for me is just really like Nick Ayers, my family situation doesn't really allow me to do that right now.

Earlier Tuesday, Trump took to Twitter to push back on reports that he was struggling to find someone who wanted to work in his administration during a tumultuous stretch. "They noted Santorum's political skills and populist conservative ideology could make him a contender".

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They'll carry an 18-9 record into that matchup. "My body feels great, and it's just I haven't been playing well". Griffin then got him back soon after, putting his elbow in Butler's face as if to say "talk to the hand".

John Kelly won't be leaving the White House in 2018 after all-but he's probably not going to need to put up a 2019 calendar in his office. Ayers serves as chief of staff to Vice President Pence. We are in no rush because we have a wonderful chief of staff right now.

Ayers, now chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, said on Sunday he was returning to Georgia with his family at the end of the year.

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