John Sununu, former Governor of New Hampshire and Chief of Staff for President George H. W. Bush, joined Brian Kilmeade to discuss the departure of General John Kelly as President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff. Sununu said the key to a replacement for Chief of Staff is the President picking someone with the right chemistry who understands politics and who might have been elected once in his life to public office and is also willing to tell the President things he does not want to hear. Sununu also spoke about his hopes the feud between President Trump and the Bush family is over after the passing of President George H.W. Bush and how President Obama, not President Trump, is the biggest violator of the style of President George H.W. Bush.

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