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New White House Chief of Staff May Oust Press Secretary Grisham

I guess he’s thinking about replacing President Trump, since the president is his own press secretary. But I’m not sure that’s constitutional.

According to the Washington Examiner:

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has been discussing whether to bring in a new press secretary. 

Sources familiar with the private discussions told Axios that Pentagon spokeswoman Alyssa Farah and Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany are under consideration. 

Meadows, who started his chief of staff role on Tuesday, has met with Farah in recent days and discussed the position with her. Farah was communications director for Meadows when he chaired the House Freedom Caucus and was Vice President Mike Pence‚Äôs press secretary before she took the Pentagon job in August.

2 thoughts on “New White House Chief of Staff May Oust Press Secretary Grisham”

  1. Who is the current non-speaking, never-in-public “press secretary”?
    Is it Stephanie Grisham…? I have only seen her once on FOX News answer some simple-minded, friendly, pro-Trump questions on the morning show.

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