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MULVANEY OUT: Trump Announces New White House Chief of Staff

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Mick Mulvaney has been President Trump’s acting chief of staff from December of 2018 until … Friday night.

President Trump swapped out the former South Carolina lawmaker-turned-chief of the White House Office of Management and Budget with North Carolina Congressman Mark Meadows, who’s been a Trump advocate and supporter. Meadows was on the shortlist to replace General John Kelly when he left the post.

If you’re wondering where Mulvaney is going, he just got a plum job from Trump:

It’s Trump’s fourth chief of staff in three-plus years.

This is a developing story.