Top-Donald Trump spokesman Jason Miller abruptly announced on Saturday that he said the job of the White House communications director, two days after the transition team, he was the candidate of the trump administration in this role.
Miller, a longtime spokesman for the Trump campaign and later the transition operation, been named communications Director and assistant to the President as part of the senior White House communications team.
But he said Saturday that he wants more time with his family, and the passing on of the order.
“After last week with my family, most of the time, I was able to spend with them since March of 2015, it is clear that you have to be my top priority at the Moment, and this is not the right time to start a new job, as demanding as the White House Communications Director,” he said in a statement. “My wife and I are also looking forward to the arrival of our second daughter in January, and I need them before my career. I look forward to the continued support of the President-elect from outside to my work on the Transition.”
He said his planned tasks are “pass” Sean Spicer, the incoming White House press secretary, “also serve as Communications Director.”
As previously announced, trump aides Hope that Hicks and Dan Scavino join the White house team, as director of strategic communications and director of social media, respectively.
Fox News’ Christopher Snyder and Jenny Buchholz and contributed to this report.