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John Kelly: Is White House chief of staff on the outside looking in?

After White House chief of staff John Kelly pressured President Trump last fall to install his top deputy, Kirstjen Nielsen, atop the Department of Homeland Security, the president lost his temper when conservative allies argued she wasn’t sufficiently hardline on immigration. ‘‘You didn’t tell me she was a [expletive] George W. Bush person,’’ Trump growled.

PHOTOS: Children’s Ball 2018 at Union Station

It wasn’t enough for guests to simply walk the red carpet last Friday night. They had to rock the red carpet at the entrance to Union Station, as they made their way inside for the 12th annual Children’s Ball, the prominent black-tie fundraiser benefitting Children’s National Foundation.

Revealing the spirit of Ike

  Bret Baier’s new book, “Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission,” highlights Ike’s passing of the torch as commander in chief to Jack Kennedy as the key to opening the door to a better, more accurate understanding of Ike. Change of command in...

The Little-Known Legacy of America’s 34th President

WASHINGTON -- When President Donald Trump was sworn into office on January 20, 2017, many comparisons were made between him and those who occupied the White House before him, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, who, like Trump, came into office with no prior political...

Seven Business Leadership Lessons From Dwight Eisenhower

This article is by Bret Baier, the chief political anchor of Fox News Channel and author of Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission.         Dwight Eisenhower never worked in the business sector. But his leadership principles, cultivated in war and...

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