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President Trump on Thursday meets again his former chief of staff, John Kelly, after he defended a former National Security Council official, had been expelled, according to statements against the President in the prosecution’s request — say, Kelly “can’t keep his mouth shut.”
“If I quit John Kelly, I could not do fast enough, he knew, that he was so in over his head. His chief of staff was not only for him,” trump tweeted Thursday.
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“He came in with a Bang, went out with a whimper, but like so many X’ s, he finds the action & just can’t keep his mouth shut, he has a military and a legal obligation to do that,” Trump.
He added: “His incredible wife, Karen, who said I have a lot of respect for, once pulled me aside &, strong, that, ‘John respects you greatly, If we are no longer here, he spoke well of you.” Wrong!”
The president’s comments come after Kelly, a retired four-star Marine Corps general who defended Alexander he received his at an event at the Drew University, into the night on Thursday.
“He did exactly what we teach you to do, from the cradle to the grave,” Kelly told the audience, according to The Atlantic. “He went and told his boss what he have just heard.”
He received his had reported concerns about Trump’s July 25 phone conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, to his higher-ups at the NSC after the President’s pressure on Kiev to start an investigation against the former Vice-President Joe Biden and son Biden Hunter the shops in the Ukraine.
The President, the request came after millions of dollars have been frozen in US military aid for Ukraine, the Democrats argue, shows a “quid pro quo” arrangement.
“The Obama administration up to this call, the policy of the United States military to support Ukraine in its defensive fight against … the Russians,” Kelly reportedly said. “And so, when the President said that additional support would be changed to X, essentially. And this is what was interested in this guy [he received his] most.”
Kelly allegedly told the audience at the event that Trump was the request, “an illegal command.”
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“We teach them ‘is not an illegal command sequences. And if you are ever a given, you keep, who gives it to you that this is Kelly declared an illegal command, and then you tell your boss,'”.
He received his was removed from his post at the NSC and accompanied them out of the White house grounds last week. He received his, a Lieutenant Colonel, was in the detail to the NSC from the Department of Defense. His removal came just a few days after the President was acquitted, the investigate on both charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in the connection of its pressure campaign on the Ukraine’s Democrats.
He received his testified against the President in the house of the prosecution’s request in the last year.
Also last week, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, who also testified about the trump card of Ukraine transactions during the impeachment hearings, said he was recalled from his post as well.
A senior administration official also told Fox News that he received his twin brother, Lieutenant Colonel Yevgeny he received his has also left the National security Council. Yevgeny he received his the office, the tested publications such as the former national security adviser John Bolton’s book was assigned – even though he said he was not involved in the review of Bolton manuscript.
Kelly left his post as White House chief of staff by the end of 2018, according to a 17-month long tenure in the trump administration. Kelly first served as Homeland Security secretary.
Fox News’ John Roberts contributed to this report.