President urges top advisers to settle their differences as he approaches 100th day in office
By Michael C. Bender and Eli Stokols, The Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump has told his senior advisers to prioritize his agenda over infighting as the White House focuses on what accomplishments it can tout during the president’s first 100 days in office, administration officials said.
Less than three weeks before the April 29 milestone—a largely media-driven moment that all modern administrations face—Mr. Trump is seeking to project himself less as a disruptive force in the capital and more as a leader who can minimize the tumult in the West Wing and work constructively with the powers-that-be in Washington, the officials said.
After weighing a staff shake-up last week, he told chief strategist Steve Bannon and senior adviser Jared Kushner , his son-in-law, to find a way to work together, aides said. The two men have agreed to put aside their differences to try to implement the president’s agenda, a senior administration official said.
click here to read more