Schiff writes mock White House chief of staff job description

Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffHillicon Valley: Kushner accused of using WhatsApp, personal email for official work | White House rejects request for Trump-Putin communications | Facebook left 'hundreds of millions' of passwords unsecured | Tech pressured to root out extremism Five things to watch for as White House readies for Mueller report White House rejects Dem request for documents on Trump-Putin communications MORE (D-Calif.) shared a mock job description for White House chief of staff on Twitter Tuesday.

"Help wanted: White House Chief of Staff," he wrote.

"No experience necessary. Must respond well to infighting, backbiting, dishonesty and dishonor. Excited by the prospect of an impossible work environment? Enjoy humiliation? Apply now!"

"*Background check ... negotiable."

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Schiff, a prominent critic of Trump's and the incoming chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, was likely riffing on reports of ongoing turmoil in the process to find the next White House chief of staff.

President TrumpDonald John TrumpClinton and Ocasio-Cortez joke about Kushner's alleged use of WhatsApp Missouri Gov. declares state of emergency amid severe flooding Swalwell on Hicks testimony: 'She's going to have to tell us who she lied for' in Trump admin MORE announced Saturday that John KellyJohn Francis KellyMORE would leave his role as chief of staff at the end of the year, marking the end of a 17-month tenure.

Kelly's replacement will be Trump's third chief of staff during his almost two years in the White House. Kelly replaced the president's first top aide, Reince PriebusReinhold (Reince) Richard PriebusMulvaney poised to become permanent White House chief of staff: report DNC decision to shut out Fox News hurts Democratic candidates and Americans The five Trump communications directors who have come and gone MORE, in July 2017.

Speaking to reporters at the Oval Office Tuesday, Trump said that he was in "no rush" to pick a successor.

Several candidates for the role have been floated in reports over the last few days including Rep. Mark MeadowsMark Randall MeadowsJordan, Meadows backed by new ads from pro-Trump group: report Trump keeps tight grip on GOP Dems fear Trump is looking at presidential pardons MORE (R-N.C.), Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinTreasury targets two Chinese shipping firms under North Korea sanctions China says US officials to visit for trade talks The Hill's Morning Report - Trump's intraparty feuds divide Republicans MORE, U.S. Trade Representative Robert LighthizerRobert (Bob) Emmet LighthizerThe Trump economy keeps roaring ahead Trump says no discussion of extending deadline in Chinese trade talks McConnell urges GOP senators to call Trump about tariffs MORE and Office of Management and Budget Director Mick MulvaneyJohn (Mick) Michael MulvaneyWhite House rejects Dem request for documents on Trump-Putin communications Consumer bureau chief reverses efforts to sideline advisory panels Mulvaney poised to become permanent White House chief of staff: report MORE

Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceOvernight Health Care: Trump officials sued over Medicaid work requirements in New Hampshire | Analysis contradicts HHS claims on Arkansas Medicaid changes | Azar signals HHS won't back down on e-cigs Trump health chief backs needle exchanges in anti-HIV strategy Pence travels to Nebraska to survey flood damage MORE's top aide Nick Ayers was reportedly a favorite for the role before dropping out on Sunday.