President considering replacement for John Kelly: Sources

Sources say Trump is mulling chief of staff John Kelly's replacement.

Those conversations raise the prospect that he may make a change very soon, around Kelly's one-year anniversary on the job in July.

The Wall Street Journal first reported Kelly’s potential replacements.

A retired Marine Corps general, Kelly joined the Trump administration as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In July of 2017, Kelly became the White House Chief of Staff following the departure of Reince Priebus.

In the West Wing, Kelly quickly gained a reputation for bringing stability and discipline to an at times chaotic White House. But, his time in the administration has not been without controversy.

Kelly’s leadership came into question after it was reported White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter was accused of domestic violence by previous wives, preventing him from obtaining a top-level security clearance. Kelly initially praised Porter as a man of integrity, but soon after Porter resigned over the allegations.

ABC News has previously reported that Kelly has offered the president his resignation in the past if that is what the president wishes.