For the better part of fifty years, John F. Kelly has served the United States of America. First, he served as an enlisted Marine. After college, he commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Marines, moving up through the ranks to the position of four star General Officer. In addition to sending troops into battle and the inevitable loss of some, his son Robert was killed in action in 2010, making him a Gold Star Father. He has since served the Trump Administration as Secretary of Homeland Defense and White House Chief of Staff. His faithful service to Our Country does not need to be defended, by anyone. Tell that to the Los Angeles Times and The Hill.