Taming Trump's White House will be John Kelly's hardest mission

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One of Mr Kelly's first moves was to ask the President to remove Anthony Scaramucci from his role as communications director, an early sign that Mr Kelly intends to get the house in order.

The document floated the idea of a "complaint box" for members of the media to air their grievances. Visit his blog, The American Situation. He's the fourth general the president has named to a senior post in this administration. In one; the self-described "Wall Street guy" seems to take a page out of his future boss's book, referencing a company with a "yuge" investment on a particular stock.

Kelly also made it clear that everyone in the staff - including Bannon, Ivanka Trump and Kushner - would clear policy proposals, personnel recommendations and advice from outsiders through him.

The conservative poll has generally shown approval ratings higher than those of other surveys, but the new poll places it in line with the findings of other surveys like Gallup, which has Trump's approval at 38 percent. "Scaramucci is a very different employee than what Kelly would tolerate working with". But "the Mooch", as he likes to be known, quickly went too far, even in the eyes of a president who delights in pushing the boundaries of political and social decorum.

"A great day at the White House!".

Mr Scaramucci is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), vice chairman of the Kennedy Centre Corporate Fund Board, a board member of The Brain Tumour Foundation and Business Executives for National Security (BENS), and a trustee of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Foundation, according to the profile.

But let's back up for a moment. We would find out, often from Israeli intelligence, that there was another hidden nuclear site or another underground facility.

Instead, he found himself the first victim of Priebus' replacement, a Marine general seeking to impose discipline on a wayward and warring White House staff.

Anthony Scaramucci has been fired as White House communications director, just 10 days after he was hired by President Donald Trump.

The former White House communications director's sudden departure after his short stint in the position has left journalists, politicians and meme-enthusiasts looking for a way to respond.

The two-sentence press release concluded: "We wish him all the best". Trump has been critical of China, North Korea's closest ally, saying it should do more to rein in Pyongyang. Kim Jong-un is undoubtedly asking where's his bribe to "stop" his nuclear program. There is tremendous cooperation between Tehran and Pyongyang in nuclear and missile technology.

Attorney General, Jeff Sessions remains top of the list for the next person to see the exit door. He is a good and decent man.

Kelly can't fix the Trump administration. That could make the president's insistent tweet ("No WH chaos!") more than a fond hope.