A defiant President Trump said he would continue using Twitter as he pleased, despite swearing in a new chief of staff who's supposed to get the West Wing under control.
On Monday, Trump swore in retired Marine Gen. John Kelly to fill Reince Priebus' shoes, in the latest White House senior staff reorganization.
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A defiant President Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that he would not be giving up Twitter, despite having a new chief of staff who is supposed to get the chaotic West Wing under control
Once again, President Trump blamed the 'Fake News Media' for the criticism he was receiving for his use of Twitter. A recent survey showed that 67 percent of Americans disapproved of his Twitter use
The same day, the president ousted his communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, who was only on the job for 10 days.
Scaramucci's exit signaled to White House watchers that the president was allowing Kelly free rein to get things back in order.
On August 21, Trump announced that Scaramucci would be moving into the communications director role, vacated by Mike Dubke in May.
That prompted the resignation of Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who said he would stay on through August, though today told DailyMail.com 'will keep you posted' when asked if he might remain even longer, to shepherd tax reform through.
By August 27, Scaramucci's antics had totally taken over the news, when the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza published the foul-mouthed tirade the communications