The California senator praised the new White House chief of staff.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, praised new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly in an appearance on MSNBC on Tuesday.
“He is an adult. He knows the world. He has supervised 250,000 employees and a whole field of battle. I think he knows what he’s doing,” Feinstein said of the former Homeland Security Secretary.
She expressed the hope that Kelly would become a trusted advisor in the Trump White House.
Kelly replaced Reince Preibus in the role, after Preibus was fired last week.
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