President Trump tonight tapping his pick to be America's top law enforcement official. Longtime Washington lawyer William Barr. He was my first choice from day one. Respected by Republicans and respected by Democrats. If confirmed, Barr would return to a position he first held under President George HW Bush and replaced acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker under fire for previously attacking the Russia investigation.
Republicans tonight quick to praise the pick but Democrats are already demanding Barr who would oversee the Russia inquiry. Commit to protecting special counsel Robert Moeller after barr's past criticism of members of Moeller's team. In this case, he wants somebody his attorney general who's going to basically protect him and not question what he's doing. Also tonight for sources familiar with the matter tell NBC News chief of staff John Kelly's expected to depart within days after a tumultuous tenure, punctuated by policy clashes. Kelly even feuding with members of the first lady's team. The president last month non-committal when asked about Kelly's future. People leave, people leave. Kelly's likely replacement vice president Pence's chief of staff Nick Ayers, an ambitious 36 year old political strategist.
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