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>> After dumping Jeff Sessions last week as attorney general, President Donald Trump is lining up more high level departures. Reuters has learned that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen could be the next cabinet member out the door.>> She is ready on day one. Would ya say?>> Yes, sir.
>> Good>> A source telling Reuters Trump has grown weary of Nielsen as he pushes to limit migrants coming from Mexico. But with no obvious replacement lined up, it's not clear when Trump might let Nielsen go. She's a protege of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who sources say may also be among those headed for the exits.
The former Marine general is credited with bringing order to the White House over the past year but has been frequently rumored to be on the chopping block. And in an unusual move, sources say First Lady Melania Trump is calling for the ouster of another White House official, Deputy National Security Advisor Mira Ricardel.
In a blunt statement, a spokesperson for the First Lady saying, Ricardel quote no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House. A top aid and a National Security Advisor John Bolton, Ricardel clashed with the first lady over her recent trip to Africa, when sources telling Reuters that Mrs. Trump felt that she tried to limit the amount of resources devoted to the Foreign Nation trip.