(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – John Kelly, former President Trump’s chief of staff, claimed that if Trump won a second term in office, then the result would be a “nonstop gunfight” with Congress.
Kelly, who had served under Trump, attempted to bring discipline during his administration. He spent a year and a half in the role but had not managed to put an end to the infighting and drama that became characteristic of the Trump administration.
In a recent New York Times piece, he revealed that a second Trump administration was going to be chaotic,” as Trump would attempt to always go beyond his authority. As many of his supporters would go along with it, this would lead to a continuous “gunfight” with both the courts and Congress. Kelly has become one of Trump’s toughest critics since Trump’s exit from the White House, claiming that the former President was the “most flawed person” he had ever encountered.
A CNN report in 2020 stated that Kelly had revealed to friends that Trump was deeply dishonest and that his every relationship had a “transactional nature.” He has also referred to the legal troubles that Trump is facing, including his federal indictment on 37 counts of mishandling classified documents and attempting to block the federal government from gaining access to them.
In an interview with the Washington Post, Kelly claimed Trump was “scared s—less” and that his only way of compensating for that was by convincing others as if he did not care.
Trump might soon be facing another federal indictment in connection with his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election and the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.
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