The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group closely tied to the Muslim Brotherhood and its Hamas terrorist organization, has condemned President Trump's selection of Gen. John Kelly as his chief of staff.
Kelly, who was sworn in Monday, is a decorated four-star general who served in various military roles protecting and forwarding American national interests over the past several decades. Gen. Kelly has lived a very apolitical life, dedicating his entire career (from 1970 to 2016) to the American military.
Before assuming his roles as chief of staff and DHS secretary, Kelly was the commander of U.S. Southern Command. He also led major roles in both the Persian Gulf War and the more recent Iraq War.