Corey Lewandowski on WH Shakeup: No More Personal Agendas
Corey Lewandowski said the era of personal agendas among White House staff is over in the wake of the staffing shakeup this week.
"It's time to make sure ... that everybody who's working in the administration is on the president's agenda," the former Trump campaign manager told "Fox & Friends" Saturday.
"That means no more personal agendas. ... No more backstabbing."
Former RNC chair Reince Priebus was ousted as White House Chief of Staff on Friday, shortly after a reporter published a foul-mouthed attack on him by Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci, who accused Priebus of being a leaker.
Priebus' replacement is former Homeland Security Secretary Gen. John Kelly.
While the Trump administration has been plagued with leaks of sensitive information, "that's all going to change now," Lewandowski said.
Kelly's leadership will lend a fresh perspective to White House leadership, he said.