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President Trump fired a late-night Twitter message Wednesday, slamming “Fake News!” a story, said top aides, Kelly Anne Conway and Steve Mnuchin were considering acting White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney replace.
“Wrong, never discussed this with Kellyane Conway and Steve Mnuchin,” wrote the President of the Commission. “Just more Fake News!”
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The President was referring to a story posted that was earlier in the day, said Bloomberg, the Trump “for weeks” “private testing” the idea of the dismissal of Mulvaney and counselor Conway and Minister of Finance Mnuchin, the two were seen as possible replacement.
“You don’t have so many great ideas, why are you my boss?” Trump should have said, Mnuchin during a meeting of the White house staff about a month ago, according to the report.
Other sources, Bloomberg said the President in search of opinions from top was-advisers, whether or not Conway was able to handle the job.
To explain Mulvaney under fire recently for his remarks at a press conference, when he tried the trump administration’s interactions with Ukraine.
Mulvaney seemed to contradict President Trump’s assertion that there is no “quid pro quo” during his 25. July phone call with the Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky, by requires told reporters at the White house on Thursday that the release of military aid to the Ukraine was to the administration that Kiev investigate alleged corruption by the Democrats during the 2016 presidential election campaign.
To deny to the question of reporters about the administration’s decision to 400-million dollars in aid, from the Ukraine, Mulvaney, said Trump told him at the time: “This is a corrupt place. Everyone knows this is a corrupt place. … Plus, I’m not sure that the other European countries are either.”
Mulvaney added: “to mention [Trump] also, for me, in the past, the corruption in connection with the DNC server? Absolutely. This is not a question. But that’s it. And that is why we kept the money. … You look back on what happened in 2016 certainly was a part of the thing he was worried about the corruption of this nation. And that is absolutely appropriate.”
Both Conway and Mnuchin were staunch defenders of the President.
Last month, Conway appeared on Fox News’ “The history” and aimed at the still unknown “whistleblower”, the concerns about trump: the July phone call with the Ukrainian President.
“A whistleblower is someone who does not know first-Hand what happened,” Conway said at the time, calling the single “more blowhard than a whistleblower.”
During an August appearance described on “Fox News Sunday,” Mnuchin, the the President as “determined as ever” in the development of a trade agreement with China.
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“Free, fair and reciprocal trade with China a major goal of the President is told,” Mnuchin, “and … he will do what he must to achieve this. Implies that the planned sanctions, and a willingness to deal with a Chinese retaliation accordingly.”
Mulvaney, 52, has been acting chief of staff of the White house in January, will replace retired Marine Corps gen John Kelly. The former Congressman from South Carolina also remains Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the office he took over in February 2017.
Fox News’ Joshua Nelson, Charles Creitz and Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.