White house: John Kelly plans to resign

The President’s chief of staff John Kelly plans to remain in office until the presidential election of 2020, told Reuters the representative of the administration, putting an end to rumors that the retired General could be the next who will leave the immediate environment of the President of the United States Donald trump.

That Kelly remains at the White house, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, according to which, Kelly said Monday the administration that trump asked him not to leave his post, and he agreed.

Many expected that Kelly will leave his post this summer. Trump periodically expressed outrage at the restrictions that Kelly entered the meeting with the President, and wanted to appoint in his place Mika Malvani charge of the office of the budget, or nick Ayers, head of the office of the Vice-President Mike Pence.

Channel CNBC reported on Tuesday that Malvani and Ayers are still being considered as candidates for Kelly, as Minister of Finance Steven Mnuchin, and a member of the house of representatives mark meadows.

John Kelly took office a year ago.