The WSJ got trump to change the composition of the White house due to conflicts

The President of the United States, Donald trump intends shortly to make changes in the White house because of the constant disagreements between staff. About it writes The Wall Street Journal, citing a senior official of the us administration.

According to him, trump recently discussed the possibility of replacing the head of staff of the Raines of Primus. His responsibilities include negotiating with Congress on the plans of the meetings of the President, the appointment to key positions of the Administration and its leadership. Among the candidates, which the President discussed at this post — the former chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs and current Director of the National economic Council Gary Cohn.

As told the interlocutor of the edition, trump “discusses the names [of candidates] with their friends.” Another person who may be deprived of his office, is chief strategist and senior Advisor to the us President for political Affairs Steve Bannon. The newspaper writes that against Bannon “there are a lot of disappointments in the President.” With him, in particular, came into conflict son of trump and his senior Advisor Jared Kushner.

According to the White house, who was interviewed by the WSJ, the intention of trump influenced by the situation in Syria, which has sharply become aggravated in the beginning of this week. The newspaper’s source, however, said that sometimes the American President provoked conflicts between employees of his administration. In particular, he “asked friends” to rate the performance of his top lieutenants after the withdrawal from Congress of a bill to repeal Obamacare.

‘bannon and Primus not responded to the request. An official from the White house stated that “no changes in the composition of the staff there,” adding that this information is “absurd rumours”.

Wednesday, April 5, trump ruled out’bannon from the national security Council. Bloomberg wrote that this is due to General changes in the Department.

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In addition, in mid-February, trump fired the national security adviser Michael Flynn, who has worked in his office less than a month. American media, citing sources in the intelligence community wrote that he had communicated regularly with the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak, including the day of introduction of new us sanctions because of alleged interference by Russian hackers in the race.