Donald Trump Looking for Chief of Friend

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No one wants to be Donald Trump’s chief of staff, including his current chief of staff, John Kelly. But does anyone want to be his chief of friend?

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According to deep analysis that an anonymous former senior White House official gave to Politico, that’s all the president is looking for:

“As corny as it sounds, the biggest thing the president needs right now is a friend—someone who gets along with him and his family and can be a comfort to them. That’s the most important attribute a chief of staff can have, and that’s what [Trump] and his family are looking for.”

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And according to the Washington Post the answer is no, no one wants to be his friend.

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SparkPlug128

It’s easier to make friends when you don’t exhibit almost every negative quality a person can have.

Also, who else thinks he’s asked Sean Hannity? Because I feel like he has, but Hannity turned it down because it’s actual work.