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In what experts are calling an indication that the White House Chief of Staff might be losing his influence over the U.S. President Donald Trump’s day-to-day habits - a report revealed that Trump has been using his personal cellphone a lot more. According to a report in CNN, the President has been using his personal cellphone - as opposed to the White House switchboard - more frequently to talk with outside advisers and Republican lawmakers. The report quoted multiple sources as speculating that this was an indicator of John Kelly’s waning influence. A source quoted in the report said, “Kelly used to be more clearly the gatekeeper than he is now from a Hill standpoint. I don’t know that [Trump] is even running it by the chief of staff anymore.” According to the report, Kelly receives a print-out of which leaders and individuals Trump contacts through the White House switchboard. Another source speculated that when Kelly came aboard, Trump did not entirely give up his personal cell phone, adding that now, the President might be ramping up the use of his personal device recently in part because "he doesn't want Kelly to know who he's talking to." Further, the senior White House official revealed that Trump "is talking to all sorts of people on it," noting Trump's barrage of private calls is...Read more
Big News Network | Wednesday April 25, 2018
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