Trump Set To Make MAJOR Announcement On Monday

On Saturday President Donald Trump announced that Chief of Staff John Kelly was ending his tenure at the end of the year, and immediately people began to speculate who would replace him.

It now appears that the speculation will end on Monday, The Daily Mail reported.

President Trump will announce his replacement for White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Monday, it has been revealed.

White House sources said that Nick Ayers, Vice President Mike Pence’s current chief of staff, remains the top contender.

Trump revealed on Saturday that Kelly would be ‘leaving at the end of the year’.

‘John Kelly will be leaving – I don’t know if I can say retiring – but he’s a great guy,’ Trump told reporters as he was leaving the White House to attend the Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia.

‘We’ll be announcing who will be taking John’s place – it might be on an interim basis. I’ll be announcing that over the next day or two, but John will be leaving at the end of the year. I appreciate his service very much.’

White House sources told CBS News that Trump and Ayers have been working out the details for the appointment.

Trump wants his next chief of staff to hold the position through the 2020 election, which sources said could be an issue for 36-year-old Ayers.

A father of triplets, it has long been known that Ayers wants to leave the Trump administration and move his family back to Georgia by the end of the year.

But sources said that Trump and Ayers could come to an agreement over the weekend.


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