Your panelists this week include Bob Price - associate editor for Breitbart Texas, longtime Super Neighborhood leader Tomaro Bell, Majic 102.1 Sunday Morning Live radio show host Marcus Davis, political consultant Wayne Dolcefino and Republican strategist Jessica Colon join host Greg Groogan for a lively discussion about the failed Senate vote on the 'skinny repeal' of the Affordable Care Act and sudden staff changes at The White House.
By JONATHAN LEMIRE
WASHINGTON (AP) - The tenure of Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff has ended after six months.
President Donald Trump announced via Twitter on Friday that he's replacing the former Republican Party chairman with the secretary of homeland security, John Kelly.
Priebus says he offered his resignation after Trump indicated he wanted to go in a different direction.
Kelly is a retired Marine Corps general and could bring military-style discipline to a White House undercut by insider quarrels.
Priebus had been a frequent target of rumors about his job security amid infighting and confusion within the White House and a long whisper campaign by Trump allies. Then, on Thursday, he was assailed in a remarkable and profane public rebuke by Trump's newly appointed White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci.