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{{short description|American political role, appointed by the President}}







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}}File:Jimmy Carter meets with Jack Watson, cabinet secretary, in the Oval Office - NARA - 176952.jpg|thumb|Chief of Staff Jack Watson (1980–81) meets with President Jimmy Carter in the Oval OfficeOval OfficeThe White House chief of staff position is the successor to the earlier role of the President's private secretary. The role was formalized as the assistant to the president in 1946 and acquired its current title in 1961. The current official title is Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff.The chief of staff is a political appointee of the president who does not require Senate confirmation, and who serves at the pleasure of the president. While not a legally required role, all presidents since Harry Truman have appointed chiefs of staff.In the administration of Donald Trump, the current acting chief of staff is Mick Mulvaney, who succeeded John Kelly on January 2, 2019, who himself had replaced Reince Priebus as chief of staff on July 31, 2017.WEB, Trump names Gen. John Kelly as chief of staff, Priebus out,weblink Politico, 28 July 2017, On December 8, 2018, President Trump announced that Kelly would be stepping down from his post by the end of the year.NEWS,weblink John Kelly to Step Down as Trump, Facing New Perils, Shakes Up Staff, Karni, Annie, 2018-12-08, The New York Times, 2018-12-10, Haberman, Maggie, en-US, 0362-4331, On December 14, Trump announced on Twitter that OMB director Mick Mulvaney would become the new acting chief of staff.WEB,weblink I am pleased to announce that Mick Mulvaney, Director of the Office of Management & Budget, will be named Acting White House Chief of Staff, replacing General John Kelly, who has served our Country with distinction. Mick has done an outstanding job while in the Administration...., Trump, Donald J., 2018-12-14, @realDonaldTrump, en, 2018-12-14, WEB,weblink Trump names Mulvaney acting chief of staff, Swanson, Ian, 2018-12-14, TheHill, en, 2018-12-14,

History

The duties of the White House chief of staff vary greatly from one administration to another and, in fact, there is no legal requirement that the president even fill the position. However, since at least 1979, all presidents have found the need for a chief of staff, who typically oversees the actions of the White House staff, manages the president's schedule, and decides who is allowed to meet with the president. Because of these duties, the chief of staff has at various times been labeled "The Gatekeeper."Originally, the duties now performed by the chief of staff belonged to the president's private secretary and were fulfilled by crucial confidants and advisers such as George B. Cortelyou, Joseph Tumulty, and Louis McHenry Howe to presidents Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Franklin Roosevelt, respectively.NEWS,weblink New Quarters, 1934-12-17, Time (magazine), Time, 2008-05-08, The private secretary served as the president's de facto chief aide in a role that combined personal and professional assignments of highly delicate and demanding natures, requiring great skill and discretion.NEWS,weblink An Appointment, 1923-08-20, Time (magazine), Time, 2009-05-09, The job of gatekeeper and overseeing the president's schedule was separately delegated to the appointments secretary, as with FDR's aide Edwin "Pa" Watson.From 1933 to 1939, as he greatly expanded the scope of the federal government's policies and powers in response to the Great Depression, Roosevelt relied on his "Brain Trust" of top advisers. Although working directly for the president, they were often appointed to vacant positions in agencies and departments, whence they drew their salaries since the White House lacked statutory or budgetary authority to create new staff positions. It was not until 1939, during Franklin D. Roosevelt's second term in office, that the foundations of the modern White House staff were created using a formal structure. Roosevelt was able to get Congress to approve the creation of the Executive Office of the President, which would report directly to the president. During World War II, Roosevelt created the position of "Chief of Staff to the Commander in Chief" for his principal military adviser, Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy.In 1946, in response to the rapid growth of the U.S. government's executive branch, the position of "Assistant to the President of the United States" was established. Charged with the affairs of the White House, it was the immediate predecessor to the modern chief of staff. It was in 1953, under Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower, that the president's preeminent assistant was designated the "White House Chief of Staff".Assistant to the president became a rank generally shared by the chief of staff with such senior aides as deputy chiefs of staff, the White House counsel, the White House press secretary, and others. This new system did not catch on immediately. Democrats Kennedy and Johnson still relied on their appointments secretaries instead, and it was not until the Nixon administration that the chief of staff took over maintenance of the President's schedule. This concentration of power in the Nixon and Ford White House (whose last chief of staff was Dick Cheney) led presidential candidate Jimmy Carter to campaign in 1976 with the promise that he would not appoint a chief of staff. And indeed, for the first two and a half years of his presidency, he appointed no one to the post.NEWS,weblink Hamilton Jordan, Carter’s Right Hand, Dies at 63, 21 May 2008, The New York Times, 7 March 2016, WEB,weblink The Presidency and the Political System, 7 March 2016, The average tenure for a White House chief of staff is a little more than 18 months.Whipple, Chris. (2017). The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency. New York: Crown Publishing Group. The inaugural chief of staff, John R. Steelman, under Harry S. Truman, was also the last to be a president's only chief of staff, not counting Kenneth O'Donnell during John F. Kennedy's 34 months in office. (Andrew Card and Denis McDonough each served at least one entire presidential term of office under presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, respectively). Steelman also holds the record for longest-serving chief of staff (six years).Most White House chiefs of staff are former politicians, and many continue their political careers in other senior roles. Lyndon Johnson's chief of staff W. Marvin Watson became the Postmaster General later in LBJ's term. Richard Nixon's chief of staff Alexander Haig, a career U.S. Army officer with his capstone military position being CINCUSEUCOM/SACEUR, later became Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan. Cheney later became a congressman for Wyoming, Secretary of Defense under George H. W. Bush and vice president in the George W. Bush administration. Donald Rumsfeld was another chief of staff for Ford and subsequently served as secretary of defense both in the Ford administration and decades later, also in the George W. Bush administration. Rahm Emanuel left the House of Representatives to become Barack Obama's chief of staff and subsequently became mayor of Chicago. Jack Lew, President Obama's fourth chief of staff, was later appointed secretary of the treasury.

Role

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sits at his desk in the Oval Office Study and talks on the telephone regarding Operation Just Cause, as Chief of Staff John Sununu and National Security Advisor Brent ScowcroftBrent ScowcroftFile:Chief of Staff Reince Priebus looks into the Oval Office as President Donald Trump reads over his notes, March 2017.jpg|thumb|Chief of Staff Reince Priebus looks into the Oval Office as President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpChris Whipple, author of The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency, loosely describes the role of a White House chief of staff through his interview with former president Barack Obama: "During the last days of his presidency, Barack Obama observed: 'One of the things I've learned is that the big breakthroughs are typically the result of a lot of grunt work—just a whole lot of blocking and tackling.' Grunt work is what chiefs of staff do."The responsibilities of the chief of staff are both managerial and advisory and can include the following:
  • Select key White House staff and supervise them;
  • Structure the White House staff system;
  • Control the flow of people into the Oval Office;
  • Manage the flow of information;
  • Protect the interests of the president;
  • Negotiate with Congress, other members of the executive branch, and extra-governmental political groups to implement the president's agenda; and
  • Advise the president on various issues, including telling the president what they do not want to hear.
These responsibilities extend to firing of staff members: in the case of Omarosa Manigault Newman, who published a tape she said was made in the Situation Room of her firing by Chief of Staff John Kelly, the chief of staff said that his decision for her departure was non-negotiable and that "the staff and everyone on the staff works for me and not the president."NEWS,weblink Transcript, August 13, 2018, CNN, Richard Nixon's first chief of staff, H. R. Haldeman, garnered a reputation in Washington for the iron hand he wielded in the position—famously referring to himself as "the president's son-of-a-bitch", he was a rigid gatekeeper who would frequently meet with administration officials in place of the president, then report himself to Nixon on the officials' talking points. Journalist Bob Woodward, in his books All the President's Men and The Secret Man, wrote that many of his sources, including the famous Deep Throat, displayed a genuine fear of Haldeman.Woodward, Bob; Bernstein, Carl. (1974) All the President's Men. New York: Simon & Schuster. {{ISBN|978-0-671-21781-5}}Woodward, Bob. (2005). The Secret Man. New York: Simon & Schuster. {{ISBN|0-7432-8715-0}}

List of White House chiefs of staff

{{Officeholder table start| showorder = y| showimage = y| officeholder_title = Chief of Staff| showtermlenght = y| showcoalition = n| showelection = n| showaltofficeholder = yPresident of the United States>President| party_col = 1}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 1bSize = 75pxJohn R. Steelman>John Steelman| officeholder_sort = Steelman, John | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1900| died_year = 1999| term_start = December 12, 1946| term_end = January 20, 19531946121|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Harry S Truman| alt_officeholder_sort = Truman, Harry| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1945| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1953}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 2bSize = 75px| officeholder = Sherman Adams| officeholder_sort = Adams, Sherman| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1899| died_year = 1986| term_start = January 20, 1953| term_end = October 7, 195819532010|7}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Dwight D. Eisenhower| alt_officeholder_sort = Eisenhower, Dwight| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1953| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1961}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 3bSize = 75px| officeholder = Wilton Persons| officeholder_sort = Persons, Wilton| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1896| died_year = 1977| term_start = October 7, 1958| term_end = January 20, 1961195871|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Dwight D. Eisenhower| alt_officeholder_sort = Eisenhower, Dwight| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1953| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1961}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = -bSize = 75px| officeholder = Kenneth O'Donnell| officeholder_sort = O'Donnell, Kennethname=noteSecretary to the President of the United States#Appointments Secretary>Appointments Secretary.}}| born_year = 1924| died_year = 1977| term_start = January 20, 1961| term_end = November 22, 196319612011|22}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = John F. Kennedy| alt_officeholder_sort = Kennedy, John| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1961| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1963}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = -bSize = 75pxW. Marvin Watson>Marvin Watson| officeholder_sort = Watson, Marvinname=note}}| born_year = 1924| died_year = 2017| term_start = February 1, 1965| term_end = April 26, 1968196514|26}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Lyndon B. Johnson| alt_officeholder_sort = Johnson, Lyndon| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1963| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1969}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = -bSize = 75px| officeholder = James R. Jones| officeholder_sort = Jones, Jamesname=note}}| born_year = 1939| died_year = | term_start = April 26, 1968| term_end = January 20, 19691968261|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Lyndon B. Johnson| alt_officeholder_sort = Johnson, Lyndon| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1963| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1969}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 4bSize = 75px| officeholder = H. R. Haldeman| officeholder_sort = Haldeman, Harry| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1926| died_year = 1993| term_start = January 20, 1969| term_end = April 30, 19731969204|30}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Richard Nixon| alt_officeholder_sort = Nixon, Richard| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1969| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1973}}style="text-align:center;"VacantApril 30, 1973 – May 4, 1973 ({{ayd419734}}){{Officeholder table| order2 = 5bSize = 75px| officeholder = Alexander Haig| officeholder_sort = Haig, Alexander | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1924| died_year = 2010| term_start = May 4, 1973| term_end = September 21, 1974197349|21}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Richard Nixon| alt_officeholder_sort = Nixon, Richard| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1969| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1973| alt_officeholder2 = Gerald Ford| alt_officeholder2_sort = Ford, Gerald| alt_officeholder2_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder2_term_start = 1974| alt_officeholder2_term_end = 1977}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 6bSize = 75px| officeholder = Donald Rumsfeld| officeholder_sort = Rumsfeld, Donald | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1932| died_year = | term_start = September 21, 1974| term_end = November 20, 197519742111|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Gerald Ford| alt_officeholder_sort = Ford, Gerald| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1974| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1977}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 7bSize = 75px| officeholder = Dick Cheney| officeholder_sort = Cheney, Dick| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1941| died_year = | term_start = November 20, 1975| term_end = January 20, 19771975201|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Gerald Ford| alt_officeholder_sort = Ford, Gerald| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1974| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1977}}style="text-align:center;"VacantJanuary 20, 1977 – July 18, 1979 ({{ayd1197918}}){{Officeholder table| order2 = 8bSize = 75px| officeholder = Hamilton Jordan| officeholder_sort = Jordan, Hamilton| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1944| died_year = 2008| term_start = July 18, 1979| term_end = June 11, 19801979186|11}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Jimmy Carter| alt_officeholder_sort = Carter, Jimmy| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1977| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1981}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 9bSize = 75pxJack Watson (presidential adviser)>Jack Watson| officeholder_sort = Watson, Jack| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1938| died_year = | term_start = June 11, 1980| term_end = January 20, 19811980111|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Jimmy Carter| alt_officeholder_sort = Carter, Jimmy| alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1977| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1981}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 10bSize = 75px| officeholder = James Baker| officeholder_sort = Baker, James| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1930| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 1981| term_end = February 4, 19851981202|4}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Ronald Reagan| alt_officeholder_sort = Reagan, Ronald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1981| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1989}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 11bSize = 75px| officeholder = Donald Regan| officeholder_sort = Regan, Donald| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1918| died_year = 2003| term_start = February 4, 1985| term_end = February 27, 1987198542|27}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Ronald Reagan| alt_officeholder_sort = Reagan, Ronald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1981| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1989}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 12bSize = 75px| officeholder = Howard Baker| officeholder_sort = Baker, Howard | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1925| died_year = 2014| term_start = February 27, 1987| term_end = July 1, 19881987277|1}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Ronald Reagan| alt_officeholder_sort = Reagan, Ronald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1981| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1989}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 13bSize = 75px| officeholder = Kenneth Duberstein| officeholder_sort = Duberstein, Kenneth | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1944| died_year = | term_start = July 1, 1988| term_end = January 20, 1989198811|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Ronald Reagan| alt_officeholder_sort = Reagan, Ronald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1981| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1989}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 14bSize = 75pxJohn H. Sununu>John Sununu| officeholder_sort = Sununu, John| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1939| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 1989| term_end = December 16, 199119892012|16}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = George H. W. Bush| alt_officeholder_sort = Bush, George| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1989| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1993}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 15bSize = 75pxSamuel K. Skinner>Samuel Skinner| officeholder_sort = Skinner, Samuel | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1938| died_year = | term_start = December 16, 1991 | term_end = August 23, 19921991168|23}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = George H. W. Bush| alt_officeholder_sort = Bush, George| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1989| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1993}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 16bSize = 75px| officeholder = James Baker| officeholder_sort = Baker, James | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1930| died_year = | term_start = August 23, 1992| term_end = January 20, 19931992231|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = George H. W. Bush| alt_officeholder_sort = Bush, George| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1989| alt_officeholder_term_end = 1993}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 17bSize = 75px| officeholder = Mack McLarty| officeholder_sort = McLarty, Mack | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1946| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 1993| term_end = July 17, 19941993207|17}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Bill Clinton| alt_officeholder_sort = Clinton, Bill | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1993| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2001}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 18bSize = 75px| officeholder = Leon Panetta| officeholder_sort = Panetta, Leon | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1938| died_year = | term_start = July 17, 1994| term_end = January 20, 19971994171|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Bill Clinton| alt_officeholder_sort = Clinton, Bill | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1993| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2001}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 19bSize = 75px| officeholder = Erskine Bowles| officeholder_sort = Bowles, Erskine| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1945| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 1997| term_end = October 20, 199819972010|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Bill Clinton| alt_officeholder_sort = Clinton, Bill | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1993| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2001}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 20bSize = 75px| officeholder = John Podesta| officeholder_sort = Podesta, John| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1949| died_year = | term_start = October 20, 1998| term_end = January 20, 20011998201|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Bill Clinton| alt_officeholder_sort = Clinton, Bill | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 1993| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2001}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 21bSize = 75px| officeholder = Andrew Card| officeholder_sort = Card, Andrew | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1947| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 2001| term_end = April 14, 20062001204|14}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = George W. Bush| alt_officeholder_sort = Bush, George| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2001| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2009}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 22bSize = 75px| officeholder = Joshua Bolten| officeholder_sort = Bolten, Joshua | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1954| died_year = | term_start = April 14, 2006| term_end = January 20, 20092006141|20}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = George W. Bush| alt_officeholder_sort = Bush, George| alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2001| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2009}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 23bSize = 75px| officeholder = Rahm Emanuel| officeholder_sort = Emanuel, Rahm| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1959| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 2009| term_end = October 1, 201020092010|1}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Barack Obama| alt_officeholder_sort = Obama, Barack | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2009| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2017}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = -bSize = 75px| officeholder = Pete Rouse| officeholder_sort = Rouse, Pete Pete Rouse served as ad interim White House Chief of Staff following the resignation of Rahm Emanuel and until the appointment of Bill Daley.}}| born_year = 1946| died_year = | term_start = October 1, 2010| term_end = January 13, 2011201011|13}}| acting = y| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Barack Obama| alt_officeholder_sort = Obama, Barack | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2009| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2017}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 24bSize = 75pxWilliam M. Daley>Bill Daley| officeholder_sort = Daley, William | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1948| died_year = | term_start = January 13, 2011| term_end = January 27, 20122011131|27}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Barack Obama| alt_officeholder_sort = Obama, Barack | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2009| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2017}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 25bSize = 75px| officeholder = Jack Lew| officeholder_sort = Lew, Jack | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1955| died_year = | term_start = January 27, 2012| term_end = January 20, 20132012271|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Barack Obama| alt_officeholder_sort = Obama, Barack | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2009| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2017}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 26bSize = 75px| officeholder = Denis McDonough| officeholder_sort = McDonough, Denis| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1969| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 2013| term_end = January 20, 20172013201|20}}| alt_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Barack Obama| alt_officeholder_sort = Obama, Barack | alt_officeholder_party = Democratic Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2009| alt_officeholder_term_end = 2017}}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 27bSize = 75px| officeholder = Reince Priebus| officeholder_sort = Priebus, Reince | officeholder_note = | born_year = 1972| died_year = | term_start = January 20, 2017| term_end = July 31, 20172017207|31}}| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Donald Trump| alt_officeholder_sort = Trump, Donald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2017| alt_officeholder_term_end = }}{{Officeholder table| order2 = 28bSize = 75px| officeholder = John F. Kelly| officeholder_sort = Kelly, John| officeholder_note = | born_year = 1950| died_year = | term_start = July 31, 2017| term_end = January 2, 201920173101|01}}| alt_party = Independent (United States)| alt_officeholder = Donald Trump| alt_officeholder_sort = Trump, Donald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2017| alt_officeholder_term_end = }}{{Officeholder table| order2 = -bSize = 75px| officeholder = Mick Mulvaney| officeholder_sort = Mulvaney, MickMick Mulvaney serves as "Acting White House Chief of Staff" following the resignation of John Kelly.}}| born_year = 1967| died_year = | term_start = January 2, 2019201902}}| acting = y| alt_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder = Donald Trump| alt_officeholder_sort = Trump, Donald | alt_officeholder_party = Republican Party (United States)| alt_officeholder_term_start = 2017| alt_officeholder_term_end = }}{{Officeholder table end}}

See also

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References

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