Donald Trump ‘on collision course’ with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly after summer of crisis

President Donald Trump spent the final days of
August dutifully performing his job. He tended to
the massive recovery from Hurricane Harvey. He
hit the road to sell his tax-cut plan. And he
convened policy meetings on the federal budget
and the North Korean nuclear threat.
Behind the scenes during a summer of crisis,
however, Trump appears to pine for the days
when the Oval Office was a bustling hub of
visitors and gossip, over which he presided as
impresario. He fumes that he does not get the
credit he thinks he deserves from the media, or
the allegiance from fellow Republican leaders he
says he is owed. He boasts about his presidency
in superlatives, but confidants privately fret about
his suddenly dark moods.
And some of Trump’s friends fear that the short-
tempered President is on an inevitable collision
course with White House Chief of Staff John
Kelly.

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