Gen. John Kelly has been named White House chief of staff after Reince Priebus was fired only six months in. What does his entrance mean for the Trump administration? Glenn Beck analyzed Kelly’s new role and how he’ll affect the volatile White House on Tuesday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
Glenn thought that Kelly, who is a former Marine and was serving as the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security before the shuffle, could be a reassuring influence on President Donald Trump because of his illustrious military background.
“I think this is going to help us be able to see where the president is headed,” Glenn said.
In the best-case scenario, Kelly replacing Priebus will stabilize the administration and eliminate the “clown elements” of a White House in turmoil.
“It’s the commander-in-chief who is in trouble while the country is in trouble,” Glenn said of Trump.
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