John F. Kelly
The former White House chief of staff was instrumental in President Trump's immigration policy.
The retired four-star general and former White House chief of staff spoke Wednesday at Duke University.
The president previously said he had no role in securing the top-secret clearance for his son-in-law.
“Donald Trump has seemed to have learned all the wrong lessons from the first two years of his presidency,” said Chris Whipple, author of "The Gatekeepers."
The husband of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway has a history of taking shots at the president.
Trump's outgoing chief of staff bashed the administration for not foreseeing blowback over the "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.
Current White House budget director Mick Mulvaney has been appointed acting chief of staff to President Donald Trump.
The White House budget director will replace John Kelly as the president’s right-hand man.
Kelly reportedly said being chief of staff was the "worst job" he's ever had.
Santorum said it was "an honor even to be considered" for the role – then turned it down anyway.
Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, Samantha Bee, Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert all had their say.
The departing chief of staff's facepalm stands out above all his looks of dejection and exasperation.
The former White House communications director also told CNN's Chris Cuomo why hiring Kelly was a "misfire."
The president gets some unsolicited hiring advice on social media.
The former political consultant has been described in just three words: young, rich and loyal.
The 68-year-old retired Marine general will be leaving his role as White House chief of staff after months of speculation.
Kelly was named chief of staff in July 2017.
"Late Show" host mocks reports of a White House "Fight Club."