Dear Racist White People:
Donald Trump spoke up Friday to refute rumors that there is drama between him and his chief of staff, John Kelly, that could lead to a potential ousting of the ex-Marine whom many have labeled “the adult” in the White House.
On Wednesday night, as the world learned about allegations of domestic violence against presidential aide Rob Porter, pundits and politicians from across the political spectrum focused on White House chief of staff John Kelly’s defense of Porter and Kelly’s recent comments about the laziness of immigrants.
The White House has become an endless, vast hole of shame and embarrassment. Just when you think that the allegations coming from one of the most revered and respected adobes worldwide can’t get any worse, the entire White House—staff, administration, housekeeping—is like, “Hold my folders.”
We all know that no one puts Donald Trump in a corner, unless said corner is filled with soggy fried chicken in a white bucket that he can wear as a hat once he’s finished eating, and prerolled Forbes magazines for naughty time.
A number of black leaders in Congress, the media and academia have roundly criticized White House chief of staff John Kelly for his inaccurate and dangerous comments about the Civil War.
Wendell Pierce, the actor best known for playing Detective William “Bunk” Moreland on HBO’s The Wire, has never been known to mince words. Today was no exception. Pierce took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to deliver a harsh rebuke of White House chief of staff John Kelly’s ahistorical and bigoted comments about the…
White House chief of staff John Kelly told a Fox host Monday night that a “lack of an ability to compromise” on slavery led America into the Civil War.
White House chief of staff John Kelly must have forgotten that we live in a world of receipts. Because Kelly thought he could completely misrepresent a story about Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.)—one that paints her as self-serving and self-aggrandizing; that he could insult her intelligence; that he could engage in…
Thursday’s White House press briefing featured a guest appearance by White House chief of staff John Kelly, who doubled down on the ignorant and disrespectful comments the president made to the widow of a fallen soldier earlier this week.
The Trump administration might have a new secretary of stepping and fetching soon, since reports are beginning to surface that Omarosa Manigault is being pushed out of Trump’s inner circle by chief of staff John Kelly.
Previously on White House Apprentice, Anthony Scaramucci’s storyline was getting all the headlines and camera time. In the weird Big Brother-Survivor-Apprentice interpolation that is Donald Trump’s administration, there is only room for one star in front of the camera—your megalomaniac president—so Scaramucci Mane was…
Well, who didn’t see this coming? Seriously, when the newly hired White House communications director makes a drunken call (who’s knows if Anthony Scaramucci Mane had been drinking, but if he hadn’t been, it’s worse) to a New Yorker reporter in which he hates on the president’s chief of staff, then you know heads are…
The Office of Government Ethics on Saturday warned that confirmation hearings for President-elect Donald Trump's nominees are moving too fast.