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Gen. John Kelly Officially Takes Command of White House Staff

Monday morning, Gen. John Kelly was sworn into office at the White House, taking the position of chief of staff.

The ceremony was closed to the press, but photographers were called in afterward to mark the occasion.

When asked for comment, President Trump said Kelly was “fantastic” and would do a “spectacular job” in his new position.

Later  that morning, Kelly and Trump met with the president’s entire cabinet.

Trump praised Kelly’s six month leadership of the Department of Homeland Security, calling the results “nothing short of miraculous.” He also predicted that Kelly would be “one of the greatest ever” chiefs of staff.

“We’re going to have a good time but much more importantly we’re going to work hard and we’re going to make America Great Again,” Trump said.

Despite the drama surrounding the White House, Trump spoke of positive economic and job numbers as proof of his administration’s performance.

“Overall, I think we’re doing incredibly well,” he said. “The economy is doing incredibly well, and many other things.  So we’re starting from a really good base.”

Both political parties have praised Trump for his choice of Kelly.

Some believe that Kelly can will be unable to stabilize the administration where former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus failed.

“We’re doing very well. We have a tremendous base. We have a tremendous group of support. The country is optimistic,” he said. “And I think the general will just add to it.”