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How Trump’s management of his team hurts his own foreign policy
Over the weekend, President Trump confirmed that yes; Chief of Staff John Kelly would leave the White House by the end of the year the latest departure in a two-year churn of advisers and cabinet officials. White House turnover and ongoing vacancies are a big problem for the Trump administration. What’s more, Trump has problems managing the team that he does have. Last week’s big illustration: the Senate uproar about clashing testimony from senior administration officials about Saudi Arabia. With more preparation and a different strategy, both the administration and Congress could be getting what they want. Instead, the Trump administration is rapidly losing political capital and paying real costs in Congress.
ELIZABETH N. SAUNDERS
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