Chief of Staff John Kelly did not offer his resignation following criticism of his handling of the departure of White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter, White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short told Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview on 'Meet the Press' Sunday. Kelly reportedly indicated he was willing to step down over his handling of the Porter accusations, but on Friday he denied having ever offered his resignation. “John Kelly knows that he serves at the pleasure of the president,” Short said. “And he will step aside anytime the president doesn’t want him to be there. But John Kelly has not offered his resignation. John Kelly is doing an outstanding job.”
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