Media reported about the plans of the trump to change the President’s chief of staff

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The President of the United States Donald trump is considering the possibility of changing the chief of staff of the White house of John Kelly, and chief of staff to the Vice President’s office, reports ABC News, citing sources familiar with the situation.

«President Donald trump is considering another reshuffle in the administration, preparing the resignation of the head of the Ministry of internal security, Kirsten Nielsen, and examines the possible replacement of chief of staff (White house) John Kelly, and chief of staff to Vice-President Mike Pence Nika Yarsa», — informs television channel.

Sources told ABC News that during the past few weeks the President has discussed Kelly with key advisers. «Kelly continues to increase the distance with the President,» said the sources.

Earlier, the Washington Post reported, citing a White house staff that trump is going to send in the resignation of the Minister of internal security of the United States Kirsten Nielsen. According to the newspaper, trump told his advisers about the decision «in the coming weeks or sooner» to send Nielsen to resign. It is reported that the American President has already started the search of candidates to take her place.

The report said that over the past few months, trump expressed dissatisfaction with the work of Nielsen in the field of immigration policy. He intends to find her post on «more readily in implementing his political ideas.» In addition, the President publicly scolded Nielsen during meetings of the Cabinet of Ministers played down its role in comparison with other White house staff.

According to Nielsen colleagues, she was not satisfied with the work in the last few months, but reluctant to leave their position until 6 December, till the year from the beginning of its tenure.

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