Report: Trump mulling over major staff shakeup


A major reorganization may be in the works at the White House.

Days after one shakeup saw Steve Bannon removed from National Security Council, President Donald Trump is considering big changes, including replacing Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Bannon, according to Axios.

"Things are happening, but it's very unclear the president's willing to pull that trigger" White House Insiders tell Axios.

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The list of possible replacements includes House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California who was one of Trump's early supporters among congressional leaders.

Wayne Berman's name, who was Assistant Secretary of Commerce under George H.W. Bush, is also being tossed around.

Other names include David Urban who helped Trump win an upset victory in Pennsylvania, and Gary Cohn, a former number two at Goldman Sachs and Trump's economic advisor.

Axios reports that several aides and Trump friends say it's not a question of whether change will happen but just "when."