Deputy Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin (seen on far left with US President Trump and other administration figures on April 2017) is to leave the White House following the meeting between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this month, amid pressure from Trump loyalists and with the intention of moving to the CIA, sources have said. Photo: White House via AFP

Joseph Hagin, Donald Trump’s point man on North Korea, ‘to leave White House for CIA as Trump loyalists amass against him’

Hagin was deputy chief of staff for George W. Bush and an aide to George H.W. Bush, and that has made him a figure of suspicion by Trump loyalists, insiders said

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Deputy Chief of Staff Joseph Hagin (seen on far left with US President Trump and other administration figures on April 2017) is to leave the White House following the meeting between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un this month, amid pressure from Trump loyalists and with the intention of moving to the CIA, sources have said. Photo: White House via AFP
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