More changes are affecting the White House – the latest news involving that of Sean Spicer. Latest reports confirm that Sean Spicer is officially leaving his position as White House Press Secretary.
While he will be staying in a position in the White House, Spicer confirmed that he won’t be doing press briefings any longer.
The White House said in their statement, “We have sought input from many people as we look to expand our communications operation. As he did in the beginning, Sean Spicer is managing both the communications and press office.”
Who will take over from Spicer?
Some reports say he has interviewed radio host Laura Ingraham for the position. Politico also said that David Martosko, the US political editor for The Daily Mail was also being considered for the role.
Welp, we knew it was coming—Spicer is officially leaving his post as White House Press Secretary.
He’s staying in a WH role, apparently, but officials announced Monday he won’t do press briefings any longer.