Mick Mulvaney becomes Pres. Trump chief of staff with caveat


MSNBC’s Aaron Gilchrist talks about the recent White House shake-up with NBC News White House Correspondent Geoff Bennett, Reuters White House Correspondent Jeff Mason, Bloomberg News White House Correspondent Toluse Olorunnipa and Time Magazine Contributor Jay Newton-Small. According to Bennett, two sources tell NBC News Mulvaney requested to be called “acting” chief of staff, reflecting his desire to do the job for only a limited amount of time.