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Kelly, Bolton reportedly get into White House screaming match

Kelly, Bolton reportedly get into White House screaming match John Kelly, John Bolton get into heated argument outside Oval Office
Deanna Wagner | 19 October, 2018, 04:10

The two advisers were White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is a former secretary for Homeland Security, and Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, the sources said.

According to reports, chief of staff John Kelly and national security advisor John Bolton got into it on Thursday. Bolton criticized Nielson, saying she needs to start doing her job, which angered Kelly, according to CNN's source. The argument was over immigration policy, with Bolton wanting a more hard-line approach on illegal border crossings. Trump sided with Bolton, the person said, which may once again stir speculation that Kelly will soon depart the White House.

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"No", Mr. Trump told reporters.

Trump threatened on Thursday to deploy the military and close the southern United States border as Hondurans and Salvadorans joined thousands of migrants in Guatemala hoping to travel north. The clash is an indication that tension is resurfacing in the White House 19 days before midterm elections in which Republican control of Congress is at stake. However, a White House official did say that tempers had since cooled and neither men are going to leave.