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Trump’s new White House chief of staff sworn in

Retired Marine General John Kelly has been sworn in as the new White House chief of staff. Kelly formerly headed President Donald Trump’s Department of Homeland Security.

The general is expected to bring order to the West Wing after last week’s staff shakeup. Trump announced his appointment on Friday afternoon, after accepting the resignation of Reince Preibus, former GOP chairman who served as the White House chief of staff since the inauguration in January.

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