( CNN) President Donald Trump has announced his final hand-picked in the joint chiefs of Staff sweepstakes: Budget Director Mick Mulvaney. The edict, performed predictably via Twitter on Friday, intent more than a week of “Apprentice”-like clambering to figure out who would oust outgoing Chief of Staff John Kelly. Nick Ayers( Vice President Mike Pence’s former chief of staff ), Newt Gingrich, Chris Christie and David Bossie were all in the mix.
Mulvaney, who will serve as “acting” chief of staff, brings knowledge to the table that might be helpful in this hassle under normal circumstances. He was elected as a congressman for the 5th District of South Carolina in 2010 and became part of the Tea Party Revolution on Capitol Hill. Mulvaney has promoted strong relationships with Republicans in Congress( although House Democrats don’t like him ). He also has experience finagling things: He is director of the Office of Management and Budget and recently stepped down as the acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
But skill sets don’t subject in what are likely to be “the worlds largest” ungrateful activity in Washington. The Trump White House is in turmoil and under investigation. It is run by a President who refuses to listen to any adviser and eventually turns on almost all around him, and is in conversation with a political party urgently trying to figure out why it should stay loyal to its manager.
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