Kelly: Vast majority of undocumented immigrants 'don't have skills'

Aaron Brown
May 15, 2018

"It may not be a cloud but certainly the president is, you know, somewhat embarrassed, frankly", Kelly said.

"I just have to laugh at John Roberts discussion of his conversation with John Kelly, the chief of staff, because the White House is pushing back and DHS is pushing back on the notion that Secretary Nielsen was on the verge of quitting", Wallace remarked.

Asked about the embarrassment comment, Kelly told a group of reporters later Friday that he "corrected that and said 'distracted.'" Asked if the president was distracted by the probe, Kelly said, "It's untrue, it's a witch hunt, right, and it distracts him — not too much, but it's unfair".

Kelly also said he thinks the president is "a super smart guy".

Kelly also justified his decision to serve as Trump's chief of staff, and said he wished he had joined the administration sooner.

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Kelly also seemed to suggest that the Russian Federation investigation affects Trump's relationship with other world leaders. I mean they, they seldom wrote or did the story you wanted to read, naturally, but they were really professional in trying to get the accurate aspect of every story", Kelly recounted, adding "it wasn't personal. But they're also not people that would easily assimilate into the United States into our modern society. Kelly told NPR that the vast majority of undocumented immigrants crossing the southern border into the United States are "not bad people", but they also do not assimilate well.

'They don't integrate well.

Kelly says they have "a close relationship" and spend up to eight hours a day together. They're not bad people. And I sympathize with the reason.

However, he floated the idea of finding a path to citizenship for the more than 425,000 immigrants, many of whom have lived in the United States legally for decades under TPS. Kelly, asked if he ever seriously considered leaving his post, said simply, "No".

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