John F. Kelly
The “about-face between the rhetoric and the love letters” was “one of these mysteries of the Trump administration," said New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt.
When Trump was president, if he "told you to slit someone’s throat, he thought you would go out and do it,” said former White House chief of staff John Kelly.
Kelly came to believe Trump was a "pathological liar whose inflated ego" was the sign of a "deeply insecure person,” according to upcoming book "The Divider."
President Trump’s Chief of Staff John Kelly has had a really hard time in The White House since starting in late July.
It sure seems like no one wants to become President Donald Trump’s next chief of staff.
"I can't imagine why someone would look at what's happening there and see it anything other than a criminal act," the former Trump chief of staff told CNN.
Hitler "did a lot of good things," Trump told then-White House chief of staff John Kelly, per Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Bender.
Trump's former chief of staff said Americans should look closer at the character of people who are running for office and "put them through the filter."
“The president has clearly forgotten how it actually happened or is confused,” Trump's former chief of staff said.
Too little, too late?