Marwani, acting White House Chief of Staff, made anti-Trump remarks

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 Marwani, acting White House Chief of Staff, made anti-Trump remarks


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The day before, Trump welcomed the Acting Director of the White House Office on Twitter and expressed his hope to continue working with Malwani to make America great again! According to Politics News, Malwani had offered himself to Trump as the best candidate for the White House chief of staff because he was the only department not troubled by the scandal. According to the New York Times, Malwani was Trumps safe choice: he was seen as a hard-line conservative, knowledgeable about the way Congress operates, and had long been flattering Trump by offering advice. Senior White House officials said that Malwani has been the White House Chief of Staff spare tire. But when Malwani was nominated, his criticism of Trump was picked up. After Trumps video of humiliating women was released in 2016, Malwani wrote on Twitter: His words and deeds on the video are disgusting and unforgivable. I guess he might have said something worse. According to the Beast Daily, Malwani also called Trump a terrible man. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Wang Lishan_NBJS7182

The day before, Trump welcomed the Acting Director of the White House Office on Twitter and expressed his hope to continue working with Malwani to make America great again! According to Politics News, Malwani had offered himself to Trump as the best candidate for the White House chief of staff because he was the only department not troubled by the scandal. According to the New York Times, Malwani was Trumps safe choice: he was seen as a hard-line conservative, knowledgeable about the way Congress operates, and had long been flattering Trump by offering advice. Senior White House officials said that Malwani has been the White House Chief of Staff spare tire. But when Malwani was nominated, his criticism of Trump was picked up. After Trumps video of humiliating women was released in 2016, Malwani wrote on Twitter: His words and deeds on the video are disgusting and unforgivable. I guess he might have said something worse. According to the Beast Daily, Malwani also called Trump a terrible man.