Trump's Chief Aide: N. Korea Threat is Manageable

by Abel Hampton October 16, 2017, 0:12
Trump's Chief Aide: N. Korea Threat is Manageable

Amid persistent rumors that White House chief of staff and noted cybersecurity expert John Kelly is "miserable" and has quickly exhausted of working around the clock to manage the world's most powerful toddler, Kelly himself stepped to the podium during today's press briefing to answer questions about his future.

'I would just offer to you that although I read it all the time pretty consistently, I'm not quitting today.

"I am not so frustrated in this job that I'm thinking of leaving", he said, with the barest hint of a grin. And I'm not so frustrated in this job that I'm thinking of leaving.

Kelly, a former Marine general who served as secretary of Homeland Security and commander of the U.S. Southern Command, admitted that the job of gatekeeper to Trump is "the hardest job I've ever had".

President Donald Trump's chief of staff batted down speculation he would be the next member of the administration to go, promising Thursday he was "not quitting today" and would not be getting fired anytime soon, either. Another caught Kelly with his head in his hands during the president's address to the United Nations general assembly. "That's my frustration, I mean no disrespect to you".

"The White House responded today, this is true, by saying, 'The President's mood is good and his outlook on the agenda is very positive.' Imagine, the White House has to announce that the president's mood is good", Kimmel said.

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said yesterday that the hermit state's intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) pose a real threat to the US.

Kelly defended Trump and said one of the president's frustration's was "you", speaking to a roomful of reporters. Not all of you, but many of you. It is astounding to me how much is misreported. "I was not brought to this job to control anything but the flow of information to our president so that he can make the best decisions". "This is, in my view, the most important job I have ever had".

Since taking over the chief of staff role in July, Kelly has generally tried to stay out of the camera frame, and has had little contact with the political press, making his entrance into the briefing room all the more notable. He has been frustrated in particular with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who was reported last week to have earlier called the president a 'moron.'.

Kelly added that serving as chief of staff is the "hardest job" he's ever done.

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