Citing five sources with knowledge of the president's plans, the daily said, "The turbulence is part of a broader potential shake-up under consideration by Trump that is likely to include senior officials at the White House, where staffers are gripped by fear and uncertainty as they await the next move from an impulsive president who enjoys stoking conflict".
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster on Friday afternoon brushed off a question about reports that he will leave the Trump administration by noting that everybody will leave the White House eventually.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told aides in the West Wing Friday not to expect any "immediate personnel changes", according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.
However, the White House denied that changes are on the horizon for the National Security Council. The retired four-star general later reminded staff they are serving their country and have important work to do, the officials said, and told them no shakeup was forthcoming.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who was recently named secretary of state, has echoed Trump's denouncing of the 2015 Iranian nuclear agreement between the U.S. and other world powers. Top economic adviser Gary Cohn and communications director Hope Hicks are leaving the White House in coming weeks.
Turkey claims Afrin city centre under 'total' control
Turkey has been waging an offensive against Afrin since January and announced on Sunday that it has seized the town center. On February 26, it sends special forces into Afrin in anticipation of a "new fight".
The commission, which coordinates trade policy for the 28 European Union members, asked for industry views on Friday on a 10-page list of products the European Union may subject to tariffs including rice, orange juice, make-up and motorcycles.
'I've gotten to know a lot of people over the last year.so there will always be change, but very little'.
Here's maybe a good place to note Kelly also is reported to have joined McMaster in the Trump Tumbril.
Reports of tumult in the administration were at such a feverish pitch - even on Mr Trump's beloved Fox News - that the President reflected on the latest staff departures during an Oval Office conversation with Mr Kelly and Vice President Mike Pence.
However, he is also understood to have admitted that the sense of chaos that has enveloped the West Wing had probably been inflated by Mr Trump himself. The president recently told an ally that he was still frustrated by an interview that Kelly gave to Fox News almost two months ago in which he suggested that Trump had "evolved" in his thinking about the need for a wall on the Mexican border.