Donald Trump changes for the second Time, his chief of staff in the White house. John Kelly will go to the new year, Trump said on Saturday in Washington. A successor no later than on Monday. Kelly is in the less than two-year tenure of Donald Trump’s second chief of staff, has to take his hat. “I don’t know if I can call it a resignation,” said Trump. “But he is a great guy.”

The General and short-term Secretary of Homeland security, was followed on the hapless Reince Priebus, with the aim to bring order in the operations of the White house. Finally, the 68 had become disenchanted-Year-old, however, more and more with the President.

The relationship between Trump and his chief of staff, had long been strained. In several revelation books such as “Fear” by Bob Woodward, it was reported that Kelly had regularly rant about Trump and him an “idiot”. In addition, there are always tensions between him and the Trump family, as Kelly himself would regulate the access of daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner to the Oval Office.

the employees of Trump should not be the departure in the wrong. Kelly is finally not a political veteran, but a military that was brought into the Team, to bring order and discipline to the White house. Some are Familiar from Trump want to see in terms of the election in 2020 but would prefer someone with the uncertainties of such campaigns and their impact on the work of the incumbent is familiar. The television channel CBS reported already weeks ago, citing four sources, that at the time of the current chief of staff of Vice-President Mike Pence, Nick Ayers, as a favorite for Kelly’s successor.

The resignation of Kelly’s is the second major management change in the environment Trumps since the Congress elections on may 6. November. Prior to that, he had separated already from his Minister of justice, Jeff Sessions. Before that, there had been dozens of personnel changes – the most spectacular was the, allegedly, via Twitter, was the dismissal of foreign Minister, Rex Tillerson.