Mick Mulvaney will serve as acting White House chief of staff, President Donald Trump said Friday.
Mulvaney, currently director of the White House Office of Management and Budget and a former Republican congressman from South Carolina, will take over for chief of staff John Kelly, who is due to leave at the end of the year. Mulvaney, who has been seen as a steady hand within the administration, will be taking on a heavy caseload of political, legal and policy problems.
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