The White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders has announced one of the major communications officials in President Donald Trump’s White House, Lindsay Walters, has planned to resign from her post. She needs to join the private sector. Walters is a former Republican National Committee aide and working as a deputy White House press secretary since Trump took office. Sanders confirmed she is going to be senior vice president for the U.S public policy at Edelman (a global communications firm).
She will leave the White House the month of April and a new search has started to fill the post. Walters said in a statement, “I am humbled to have walked through the halls of history and thankful for my incredible colleagues in the administration, as well as those in the press”.
29-years old Lindsay Walters has been a key player in communications surrounding the White House’s trade and economic policy. The senior economic adviser of the White House, Kudlow said he found her as fast-acting, tough-minded, and laser-focused on messaging.
Walters also worked as the press aide accountable for coordinating the access of news media to presidential events at the White House and on Trump’s travels around the country and internationally. Sanders said in a statement, “Her focus, loyalty, and professionalism are unparalleled.
Lindsay has helped us thrive every day and her steadfastness is matchless”. The White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said Trump appreciated her service. He said, “There are few talents who also have the savvy, sophistication, and street smarts to move inside a West Wing as intense as this one. Lindsay Walters is one of them”.
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