Lewandowski denies telling Trump to fire Chief of Staff John Kelly [Video]

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President Trump"s first Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski said Sunday that he never recommended the firing of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly A Vanity Fair article citing an unnamed source said that Lewandowski had called up Trump and suggested he ax Kelly on the heels of the Rob...

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  • President Trump’s first Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski said Sunday that he never recommended the firing of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly
  • A Vanity Fair article citing an unnamed source said that Lewandowski had called up Trump and suggested he ax Kelly on the heels of the Rob Porter scandal
  • Lewandowski agreed with ex-Chief Strategist …
  • ‘I think he should stay,’ Lewandowski of Kelly. ‘But if he were to go, I don’t think there is one person who is the chosen one to step in and fill that role’

President Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski denied that he ever called the president and recommended Chief of Staff John Kelly's firing

President Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski denied that he ever called the president and recommended Chief of Staff John Kelly's firing

Meet the Press host Chuck Todd (left) asked Corey Lewandowski (right) if news reports were accurate that said he thought Chief of Staff John Kelly should be axed. He denied that was the case

Meet the Press host Chuck Todd (left) asked Corey Lewandowski (right) if news reports were accurate that said he thought Chief of Staff John Kelly should be axed. He denied that was the case

Chief of Staff John Kelly received much of the blame for the handling of the Rob Porter scandal, in which DailyMail.com reported that two of Porter's ex-wives accused the now former staff secretary of domestic violence, yet he still had a White House job

Chief of Staff John Kelly received much of the blame for the handling of the Rob Porter scandal, in which DailyMail.com reported that two of Porter's ex-wives accused the now former staff secretary of domestic violence, yet he still had a White House job

Corey Lewandowski suggested that if President Trump was to let Chief of Staff John Kelly go, Trump would probably manage the White House by having four to six senior advisers that he would use to do his bidding

Corey Lewandowski suggested that if President Trump was to let Chief of Staff John Kelly go, Trump would probably manage the White House by having four to six senior advisers that he would use to do his bidding

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