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Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski weighed in on the White House staff shakeup that saw Gen. John Kelly replace Reince Priebus as chief of staff.

Priebus was 'ultimately responsible' for the White House hemorrhaging leaks of sensitive information, Lewandowski told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday.

"If Reince couldn't control those leaks, and those leaks continued to permeate then he was the one who was ultimately responsible," he commented.

What critics have called "chaos" in the White House staff also saw New York financier Anthony Scaramucci replace Sean Spicer as communications director, only to be ousted 10 days later.

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Lewandowski said he thinks Scaramucci's foul-mouthed comments to The New Yorker had something to do with his ousting, but added the president will likely find another role for Scaramucci in the administration.

Chief of Staff John Kelly, a former four star general will run the White House in "a fashion which is commensurate with what a general is used to," the former campaign manager said.

Kelly will bring order and also crack down on the leaks plaguing the Trump administration, Lewandowski predicted.

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