BREAKING: #FakeNews Reports John Kelly About To Be Fired, Trump Instantly Decimates Them

October 11, 2017 3:57 pm  

( – President Trump taught the mainstream media a tough lesson on Tuesday night after reports were released that said he was planning to fire his chief of staff John Kelly, the Washington Examiner reports.

Trump called out mainstream media outlets for deliberate attempts to damage Kelly and break apart his administration with “fake news” stories, claiming that the chief of staff was the next target for departure from the White House.

“The Fake News is at it again, this time trying to hurt one of the finest people I know, General John Kelly, by saying he will soon be fired,” Trump said. “This story is totally made up by the dishonest media.The Chief is doing a FANTASTIC job for me and, more importantly, for the USA!”

CNN reported that the current chief of staff’s days could be numbered in the White House, after the Secretary of State threatened to quit this summer. We can’t seem to find any connection between these two incidents.

“Every day for John Kelly ends in ‘why? Every day is tense,” said a source used by the cable news network.

Meanwhile, CNN’s article about the matter does not cite any sources for its allegations, except a vague reference to those that are “familiar with the conversation.”

Kelly, 67, has been credited with bringing stability to the White House after the departure of the former chief of staff, Reince Priebus. It’s little wonder why the Democrats and MSM are sowing discord and trying to alien him from the president.

But the mainstream media is, as usual, completely wrong. The president has repeatedly stated his support for Kelly ever since his appointment.

“He’ll be here, in my opinion, for the entire remaining seven years,” said Trump last weekend, according to a White House report.

One month ago, Trump tweeted his solid approval of Kelly, saying that he “couldn’t be happier or more impressed” with the work that he’s doing.

“General John Kelly is doing a fantastic job as Chief of Staff. There is tremendous spirit and talent in the W.H. Don’t believe the Fake News,” said Trump in another August tweet.

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