Two senior White House communications officials are planning to depart their posts, including the public face of the White House, Sarah Sanders, according to a report published Wednesday. Shah is also considering leaving, but hasn't decided on an exact date yet. She did not deny the report.
"I kid you not, one of the first things an employee of the shelter said to me is, when we walked inside, 'Can you try to smile at these kids, because it's weird to see people from the outside.'" Soboroff said on MSNBC.
"It is very biblical to enforce the law, that is actually repeated a number of times throughout the Bible", Sanders said.
She told her followers, Does @CBSNEWS know something I don't about my plans and my future? "I'm glad to work for the president", Sanders told reporters".
Over the course of the Trump administration, the White House has consolidated its workforce, eliminating jobs and assigning multiple portfolios of responsibility to individual staffers. Reporter Brian Karem of Playboy magazine then confronted Sanders, asking if she had any "empathy".
Former communications director Hope Hicks, Jared Kushner's top communications aide Josh Raffel, Trump personal aide John McEntee, congressional communications director Kaelan Dorr, assistant press secretary Natalie Strom deputy media affairs director Tyler Ross and others have moved on. According to the Brookings Institution, Trump's first year turnover rate was 34 percent, nearly four times higher than that of Obama's first year.