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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following opinion editorial written by British commentator and former “Celebrity Apprentice” winner Piers Morgan, and published by DailyMail:

Dear Mr President,

I wish to formally apply to be your new Chief of Staff.

You might not immediately recognize what qualities I have for such a massive job in your administration, especially following a hugely respected war hero like General John Kelly.

The article goes on to state the following:

But the key thing is to have someone at your side that understands you, has known you a long time, likes you and commands your respect.

When you made me your first Celebrity Apprentice a decade ago, you told me in the live NBC finale: ‘Piers, you’re a vicious guy. I’ve seen it. You’re tough. You’re smart. You’re probably brilliant, I’m not sure. You’re certainly not diplomatic. But you did an amazing job and you beat the hell out of everybody – you’re my Celebrity Apprentice.’

Let’s be honest, what more could you possibly want from your Chief of Staff? You could have been talking about yourself!

Morgan said in his open letter to President Trump that General Kelly, one of the most experienced military leaders in America, couldn’t “control” the president, and that it was time to change things up.  He continued:

You’re two years into your first term as President and if you want to reach four years, let alone get re-elected in 2020, then it’s time to recalibrate your system and style.

And it’s time to get a Chief of Staff who can help you do that.

Here are ten reasons you should hire me:

CLICK HERE to read more, including the ten reason why Morgan said President Trump should hire him as the next Chief of Staff.

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