Top Trump aide step down early next year, the White house, officials said.
The White House Deputy Chief of Staff to Ricky Dearborn said Thursday that he will step down at the beginning of the next year, the latest high-profile departure from ” the West Wing last month.
Dearborn Fox News said that his departure is “bittersweet”, because he loves working for President trump. But he said that the time was ripe, after the tax victory.
Dearborn, the White house directed the political operations, public relations and legal Affairs, The Wall Street Journal reported. He will remain in the position for the first month or two for the next year, the report said.
Dearborn is the decision to withdraw comes after Dina Powell announced at the beginning of this month, that you are now leaving the administration.
Rick “Ricky” Dearborn is liked as well by the top brass at the White house, including Chief of Staff John Kelly, who have tried to keep him. Fox News spoke to several White house officials late Thursday, said Dearborn was part of the main echelon of the top senior aides.
Serafin Gomez is a White House Producer for FOX News Channel, which is also in the election of 2016 as a special events & politics producer and former special correspondent for Fox News Latino. Fin formerly worked as the Miami Bureau Producer for Fox News Channel, where he covered Florida politics & Latin America. Follow him on Twitter: @Finnygo