White House chief of staff John Kelly told NPR that he has no regrets over taking his job.
Said Kelly: “No. I mean there’s times of great frustration, mostly because of the stories I’ve read about myself or others that I think the world of which is just about everyone that works at the complex. I wonder if it’s worth it to be subjected to that. But then I grow up and suck it up.”
He added: “In retrospect I wish I had been here from Day One. … I think in some cases in terms of staffing or serving the president that first six months was pretty chaotic, and there were people, some people, hired that maybe shouldn’t have. … I wish I’d been here from the beginning because I could have brought the organization from, you know, from day one.”
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