Donald Trump's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders leaves the White House at the end of the month. The US President said on Thursday on Twitter.
“After three and a half years, our wonderful Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be leaving the White House later this month to return to the great state of Arkansas,” Trump wrote.
Sanders, the daughter of Republican politician and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, followed Sean Spicer as the White House spokeswoman after turbulent months. It is considered controversial. The daily daily briefings of journalists in the US capital were hardly ever seen. Sanders stood out for their almost unconditional loyalty to Trump.
Sanders was already in the election campaign for Trump. It started in the White House not three and a half years ago, as Trump writes, but with the beginning of Trump's term in January 2017.
In July of 2017, she then spokeswoman for the White House Spicer, who had thrown in the towel. Sanders was Spicer's representative before that.
Since the inauguration of Trump, there have been many throws, personnel changes and resignations in the apparatus of the US government. For example, Minister of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen left her post in April. Defense ministers James Mattis and Trump's chief of staff John Kelly were also eliminated at the end of the year. In the area of communication, the communication chiefs Hope Hicks and Anthony Scaramucci had also given up.