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Recently, President Trump said that his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, would step down by the end of the year, the latest move in a long-planned staff shake-up as the president heads into the 2020 campaign facing growing peril from the special counsel and newly empowered Democrats. According to media reports, the President will announce the replacement of John Kelly in a day or two.
Some media analysts believe that Kelly’s departure is good for America. They argue that Kelly was ineffective in dealing with the important White House issues. Whereas, others argued that Kelly departure is bad for America, as he was only one in the White House who was keeping his twittness under his control.
This scenario instigated a debate across social media regarding whether Gen. Kelly departure from White House is good for America?
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