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News of retired Marine Gen. John Kelly‘s departure as White House chief of oozed out over the weekend like toxic slime. What does it mean for the military?

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Beloved readers: The U.S. military has been such a target rich environment for stories as of late that covering the Pentagon has felt like drinking from a firehose. Just when the news gods seemed to be finished with their coke binge, Kanye West proposed to President Trump that he replace Air Force One with a hydrogen-powered iPlane that may or may not exist in real life.

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To hear President Donald Trump hear it, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson is a fine naval officer and physician with no blemishes on his record, and his candidacy to run the Department of Veterans Affairs was scuttled by “vicious rumors” from scheming liberal politicians.

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President Donald Trump on Oct. 17 seemed to double down on his claim that President Barack Obama didn't call the families of American service members killed in combat, known as Gold Star families.

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During a surprise press conference on Oct. 12, White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly assured the media that no, he hadn't been fired by President Donald Trump — yet.

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As Washington devolves into a slugfest over the status of immigrants illegally brought into the United States as children, at least one lawmaker has set his sights on a leader of the Trump administration: John Kelly, the retired Marine Corps general and the White House chief of staff tasked with imposing discipline on the unruly White House.

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