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Trump chief of staff John Kelly feared Bannon bugged his office: book

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Michael Schmidt, author of Donald Trump v. The United States, talks about his reporting that Donald Trump's chief of staff, John Kelly, was so concerned about rumors that Steve Bannon had installed a listening device in his office that he spoke in a whisper or went out onto the balcony.