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Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt said that if President Trump's tenure is successful, the departure of Anthony Scaramucci could mark the start of the "comeback."

"If Donald Trump is ultimately a successful president, we may look back on this week or two and say this is the moment the comeback started," he said.

"You have to hurt enough... that you become willing to make a change," Stirewalt said.

He said that the appointment of Gen. John Kelly to be chief of staff is that "change" that may fix an untenable staffing situation in the White House.

"We see discipline emerging out of the fog of chaos and mercurial staff changes," Stirewalt said.

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