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The White House faces a shake-up of press office staff prior to the midterm elections

One of the most notable resignations was Jen Psaki, a former White House spokesman who left the West Wing to give a commentator gig at MSNBC.

White House spokesman Karine Jean-Pierre announced two more departures at a press conference on Tuesday.

Jean-Pierre revealed that White House Rapid Response Director Mike Gwin and Press Assistant Michael Kikukawa are leaving to work for the US Treasury. She said Gwin would be the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and Kikukawa would be the Treasury spokesman.

She went on to thank both the White House’s extroverted staff. Their successors have not been nominated.

The double departure happens shortly after former White House spokesman Jen Psaki also resigned from her role and joined MSNBC as a commentator.

The White House spokesman’s staff turmoil follows numerous reports suggesting Westwing’s turmoil over President Joe Biden’s “deteriorating political plight.” Even the mainstream media reportedly turned their backs on Biden as his administration overcame multiple crises, from foreign policy misfortunes to soaring inflation.

In addition, Biden seems angry that Westwing’s aides trace back his remarks and try to “hurry up” what he says.

Presidential approval rates have remained low for the past few months and are now Are standing At 40%.

https://sputniknews.com/20220608/white-house-faces-press-office-staff-shakeup-ahead-of-midterm-elections-1096125013.html The White House faces a shake-up of press office staff prior to the midterm elections

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