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Charles Krauthammer said that the departure of Reince Priebus and appointment of Gen. John Kelly as White House chief of staff reflects how Trump runs the White House writ large.

He said it makes it clear that Trump "runs a very personal presidency."

"He never had the personal relationship with Reince that he has with others," Krauthammer said.

The syndicated columnist added that Trump respects military officers and needs a point man with "discipline."

Krauthammer said Trump's business-executive style is to run a "chaotic" firm, but that the same operational method doesn't transfer well to politics.

He added that it will be key to see whether new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci reports to Trump or Kelly.

"[That] will determine the success of Kelly's tenure," he said.

Bret Baier added that when President Richard Nixon ran into turbulent times, he replaced Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman with a general - Al Haig.

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