Yesterday, CNN’s Shimon Prokupecz and Pamela Brown reported that when Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey on May 9, General John F. Kelly, Trump’s brand-new Chief of Staff, called Comey to express his anger over the precipitate discharge (http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/31/politics/kelly-comey-phone-call-angry/index.html). According to CNN’s sources, Kelly was thinking of resigning himself; Kelly was then serving as Trump's Secretary of Homeland Security. And Comey urged Kelly not to resign.
This news required us to send associate solitary reporter Joanna Jones, once again, to the Oval Office.
As Jones listened in fascination, Kelly told Trump, “Sir, forget about your nomination of Christopher Wray to replace Jim Comey. You’ll restore a thin veneer of credibility to your chaotic Administration if you publicly apologize to Comey and bring him back.”
“Scaramucci lasted only ten days in your Administration. I fired him because he has no discipline. Sir, Neither do you.”
Kelly was escorted out of the White House as Trump tweeted that his Chief Strategist, Steve Bannon, is now his Chief of Staff.