White House Rapid Response Director Leaves Trump’s Administration

The White House’s quick reaction chief left his employment on Monday, the most recent in a swath of takeoffs by high-positioning associates, Politico detailed late Thursday.
Andy Hemming left the White House after what White House squeeze secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called a “common choice that he could best help advance the president’s plan outwardly.”

“Andy is keen and exceptionally skilled and we want him to enjoy all that life has to offer,” Sanders told Politico in an announcement.

Politico revealed before in August that Hemming was in charge of looking for positive news stories to advance Trump’s organization even as the President railed against the press as “phony news.”


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