Trump’s spokeswoman Sanders leaves the White House in late June

Trump's spokeswoman Sanders leaves the White House in late June

In two tweets, the American president announced on Thursday evening the departure of his spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders. You stop at the end of the month. Maybe to be free for a new political role.

The spokeswoman for the White House, Sarah Sanders, retires from office. After three and a half years, “our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of the month,” US President Donald Trump said on Twitter Thursday. She wants to return to her home state of Arkansas.

US President Trump  thanked Sanders for her good work and expressed the hope that his spokeswoman would run in Arkansas for the governorship. “She would be fantastic,” he affirmed. Sanders is the daughter of Republican Mike Huckabee, himself a governor in Arkansas.

The former deputy presidential spokesman Sean Spicer had taken over the summer of 2017 after his resignation. She received much criticism for her work in the White House. Anyone who follows Sanders is still open.

Read also: White House blocks testimony from ex-Trump advisor McGahn

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