Editor Victoria’s comment ~ And WHO did POTUS put in charge of handling Voter Fraud in his E/O in September 2018? DHS. Cleaning up the agency I would say…
Update (11:30 am ET): That didn’t take long.
Hours after the Washington Post published a report claiming that DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s job was in jeopardy, WSJ is reporting that Trump has decided to fire Nielsen, who succeeded John Kelly as head of DHS when he took the chief of staff job.
Apparently, all of Kelly’s lobbying on her behalf failed to convince Trump to keep her on.
In a slightly more surprising development, Trump has also decided to remove John Bolton’s top deputy, Mira Ricardel, over an unspecified dispute with the first lady.
- TRUMP HAS DECIDED TO REMOVE HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY NIELSEN – WHITE HOUSE OFFICIALS: DJ
- TRUMP HAS DECIDED TO REMOVE JOHN BOLTON’S TOP DEPUTY AT NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL OVER DISPUTE WITH FIRST LADY–SOURCES: DJ
Right now, the only thing stopping Trump from firing Nielsen is that he doesn’t have a candidate lined up to replace her, per WSJ. Trump is also aware that his decision might lead John Kelly to quit. According to the report, Trump is discussing a replacement for Kelly, who has so far survived several rounds of rumors about his impending dismissal from the administration, only to hang on every time.
The president has decided to replace Ms. Nielsen, but hasn’t finalized the timing, White House officials said, in part because there isn’t an obvious candidate to replace her, officials said. Changes are also being contemplated for the National Security Council.
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