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02 May 2018, 01:09 | Katrina Lee
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It's no news that current White House Chief of Staff and former Head of Homeland Security John Kelly and President Trump often have heated conversations about policy and other matters.
The last time a senior administration official was reported was in 2017 when NBC News had reported that the secretary of state Rex Tillerson had called the president a "moron". NBC sources say that Kelly was systematically created an image of "Savior of the Fatherland", who is forced to restrain the impulses of the impulsive President.
Moreover, the staff of NBC to continue to claim that he relied in his publication on numerous and reliable sources.
Officials: Kelly has made comments that "rattled" female staffers.
In a statement Monday, Kelly called the report "total BS", and characterized his relationship with Trump as "incredibly candid and strong".
Kelly's top aide, Zachary Fuentes, also disputed the characterization, saying he had never heard Kelly describe the president that way.
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Kelly's influence and position in the Whit House has also waned in recent months and reports have suggested Trump is not happy with his second chief of staff (the first was Reince Priebus) and has been annoyed by a perception that Kelly keeps his worst instincts and urges under check.
The US President took to Twitter to deny such reports and branded them as "false stories" which is based on "only unnamed sources (who don't exist)".
"Once a Marine, always a Marine, [he] would not tolerate anyone disrespecting the commander in chief", the staffer said of Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general.
In October, NBC had reported that then secretary of state Rex Tillerson - who was sacked by Trump in March - had called the president a "moron" in front of colleagues. Trump later challenged Tillerson to an IQ test and fired him several months after the remark became public.
And during a firestorm in February over accusations of domestic abuse against then-White House staff secretary Rob Porter, Kelly wondered aloud how much more Porter would have to endure before his honor could be restored, according to three officials who were present for the comments.
The White House spokespeople conceded that Trump gets frustrated at times with Kelly, particularly when he feels Kelly is not giving him all the information he needs and wants.
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