This will create lots of buzz about whether Priebus is next.
President Trump’s deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh is leaving her current position to work with political groups whose help the White House is seeking as it plows ahead with an ambitious agenda, two sources familiar with the move told the Washington Examiner.
“She’s got a track record of being able to raise money,” a White House source said. “Hopefully she’ll put that to good use in support of the president.”
But Walsh, a former Republican National Committee staffer who worked closely with chief of staff Reince Priebus in the West Wing, was not popular with some longtime Trump loyalists.
The source said, “there won’t be many people here who miss her.”