President Donald Trump’s communications director, Mike Dubke, is resigning from the White House, he confirmed to Politico Tuesday.
Dubke reportedly tendered his resignation May 18, almost three months after taking on the role. Trump accepted Dubke’s offered to stay on through the president’s recent trip abroad.
The spokesman’s last day has not been determined, but could be Tuesday, The Washington Post reported.
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