Report: John Kelly Said Getting Fired ‘Would Be The Best Day I’ve Had’

White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly is shown at the White House on May 2, 2018 in Washington, MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford
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Former White House chief of staff John Kelly reportedly once said that getting fired would be the “best day I’ve had since I walked into this place.”

“This is the worst job I’ve ever had,” Kelly said to former West Wing communications aide Cliff Sims, as reported by The Washington Post. “People apparently think that I care when they write that I might be fired. If that ever happened, it would be the best day I’ve had since I walked into this place.”

Kelly departed his role as chief of staff at the beginning of the year after serving in the position for about 17 months. The New York Times reported in December, citing unnamed former officials, that Kelly repeatedly told aides that Trump was not up for the task of being president.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. What a backstabbing ingrate. If it was really so terrible for him, why didn’t he just resign or quit? It’s a free Country. No is forced to stay at their current job (unless you work for a heimishe retail store). Kelly sure enjoyed his taxpayer salary.


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