White Home Chief of Workers John Kelly took the uncommon step of issuing a swift, public denial to a brand new report that alleges he known as President Donald Trump an "fool" in current months amid an allegedly more and more acrimonious relationship along with his boss.
The NBC News report quoted officials as saying Kelly portrays himself as fighting a lonely battle to curb Trump's erratic impulses and preventing Trump from making reckless policy decisions. Kelly allies insist he has merely trained the staff to follow his management protocols, but officials note that Trump has grown more willing to act unilaterally, ignoring or simply not seeking out the advice of his top aide.
The report also said Trump was growing exhausted of Kelly's attitude. "Although presidents like FDR, Nixon and Clinton impressed others with their detailed knowledge of power and policy, the people who work for Trump think they understand those things better than him and they have a point", Hughes said.
In a single assembly, Kelly reportedly mentioned, "He does not even perceive what DACA is".
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"I've never questioned his mental fitness", Tillerson told CNN.
Sources claim that Trump is aware of some of Kelly's comments - though it's unclear whether the President knows Kelly has called him an idiot, as the reports hold.
Adding to that abhorrent list, the NBC report Monday also revealed that Kelly perpetuates a culture of sexism in the West Wing. "He knows about my position and we both know that's utter nonsense", - said in a statement. "I am committed to the President, his agenda, and our country", he said.
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Last month, Trump blasted the fact that the USA had American men and women stationed at the South and North Korean border, but did not protect its own borders with service members.
In a second tweet he claimed the White House was "running very smoothly" with "great Energy" and "unending Stamina".
Kelly was responding to reports that first appeared on NBC News, which said there was tension between Trump and his chief of staff.
Following the interview, Trump rebuffed Kelly on Twitter. "He's an idiot", Kelly said in one meeting, according to two officials who were present. "We've got to save him from himself".
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