Doesn’t look like Trump will be getting a “BEST BOSS” mug from his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, any time soon.
After Trump’s staff members suggested he not inject “politics” (such as, you know, his fondness for white supremacists) into everyday issues of governing after last month’s disgusting display at the Arizona rally, he did what anyone leading the free world would do: act like a baby and lash out at the most senior aide in his presence.
Who just happened to be his new chief of staff.
The former Marine general reacted calmly, witnesses say.
However, according to The New York Times, he later told other White House staff members that he had never been spoken to like that during 35 years of serving his country — and that includes three tours of Iraq. In the future, he said, he wouldn’t put up with being the orange clown’s punching bag, according to three people familiar with the exchange.
Will they stay together? Will Trump’s temper drive them apart? Will Stephen Miller ask them for a threesome? Tune in for the next episode of As the White House Turns (Over)…