U.S. President Donald Trump replaces his chief of staff in the White house. Trump announced on Friday evening (local time) on Twitter, the Republican Congressman Mark Meadows will replace the previously the Executive chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney.
Mulvaney, in turn, special envoy for Northern Ireland, will Trump explained. The President has worn in his tenure, three chiefs of staff.
I am pleased to announce that Congressman Mark Meadows become White House Chief of Staff wants. I have long known and worked with Mark, and the relationship is a very good one....— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 7, 2020
Trump thanked Mulvaney for his work to date, and wrote more, he knew Meadows for a long and have a very good relationship with him. The President had called the Meadows last time in the impeachment proceedings against him in the defenders team. The Republican representative from the U.S. state of North Carolina is regarded as a close ally of Trumps.
Mulvaney was started more than a year ago as trump's chief of staff. Most recently, he was brought to the President by statements in the Ukraine affair, at least temporarily, difficult in expository.
last autumn, Mulvaney had given in front of the camera, it had been in the affair a "Quid pro quo" - a claim the government of Trump to Kiev, to place as counter-performance for U.S. military aid investigations by the opposition Democrats in gear.
No statement in the Impeachment
In the later Impeachment proceedings against Trump Mulvaney was also due to witness statements in the focus: Several high-level government employees, testified before Congress, Mulvaney have played an important role in the efforts to urge the Ukrainian government investigation, which Trumps rival, Joe Biden, the Democrats would have been able to damage.
The Democrats in the US Senate tried to the end, a testimony Mulvaneys in the impeachment proceedings to enforce. They failed but the majority of Trumps Republicans in the Senate. The President later spoke in the Senate of all charges in the affair free.
Now, Mulvaney is replaced a few months before the upcoming presidential election in November - by a faithful Trumps from the Congress. The exchange comes in the midst of the turmoil caused by the novel Coronavirus, which also brings Trump under pressure to act.
an Unusually high number of exchange
Meadows is already the fourth chief of staff under Trump. In front of Mulvaney already Reince Priebus and John Kelly had been working on this Post.
In Trumps previous term of office, it throws the machinery of government, an unusually high number of Out, staff changes and resignations given. For many of the headlines had taken care of last September, about the disposal of Trumps national security adviser, John Bolton. Trump formwork biggest Bolton at the time because of disagreements.
Bolton was, in turn, later during the ongoing Impeachment proceedings against Trump with a controversial statement: Accordingly, Trump should have told him in August, personally, he wanted to keep the military aid for Ukraine until Kiev preliminary Biden investigations against its rivals. The Democrats also wanted to hear Bolton in the proceedings as a witness, had with this request, but also no success. (sda)
Created: 07.03.2020, 04:39 PMUpdated Date: 07 March 2020, 05:02