In an interview with Chuck Todd Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Sunday on NBC’s on “Meet The Press,” former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said a scenario in which the White House doesn’t have a chief of staff “could very well play out.”
When asked about chief of staff John Kelly not being replaced if he leaves the position, Lewandowski said, “I think that’s a scenario that could very well play out.”
He continued, “The difference with this president is he is the decision maker and he loves to have all the information brought to him. I see him as a hub with a number of spokes coming out. And, candidly, and I’m not advocating for Gen. Kelly to leave, I think he should stay, but if he were to go I don’t think there is one person who is the chosen one to step in and fill that role.”
This is a very interesting prospect. As we have reported in the past General Kelly doesn’t allow much Conservative media to hit the desk of Trump and even has tried to tailor his Twitter usage. Now, an arguement can be made for this being good or bad but one thing that is a sure thing is without Kelly we will see a much different Trump. He will likely be reading Breitbart, The Daily Caller, and Infowars daily and that will certainly change how he goes about his daily business. As I stated before there are arguments on both sides about whether this will be good for him governing or not but it certainly will be a huge change.