Die Withuis kondig meer persspan vertrekte te midde van skudding aan

Jean-Pierre said White House Rapid Response Director Mike Gwin and White House press assistant Michael Kikukawa would be leaving to serve in public affairs at the U.S. Tesourie.

“Op 'n hartseer noot, our dear friend and colleague Michael Gwin will be leaving us for Treasury, where he will serve as deputy assistant secretary for Public Affairs,” Jean-Pierre said. “Gwin has served as the wit Huis director of Rapid Response for the past 16 maande, responding to the most challenging and difficult issues imaginable. Yet amidst these often emotionally wrenching stories, Gwin’s poise and moral clarity are unfailing, and his willingness and ability to step up has made him an indispensable member of the team.

NBC, WAPO, CNN DROP DAMNING REPORTS ON WH TURMOIL, SUGGEST ISSUES PLAGUING BIDEN WEREN’T CAUSED BY HIS ADMIN

Karine Jean-Pierre, perssekretaris van die Withuis, praat tydens die daaglikse inligtingsessie by die Withuis in Washington, Woensdag, Mei 18, 2022.

Karine Jean-Pierre, perssekretaris van die Withuis, praat tydens die daaglikse inligtingsessie by die Withuis in Washington, Woensdag, Mei 18, 2022. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

And joining Gwin at the Treasury Department will be our very own Michael Kikukawa, where he will serve as a spokesperson,” vervolg sy. “Michael, better known here to all of you, Ons is in 'n stryd met 'n klein aantal mense wat glo dat hulle ons stad gyselaar sal hou met geweld, as Kiku, has served not just as a press assistant, but as the strong engine and reliable engine at the press shop. His relentless work ethic and dedication to the mission of this team have been second to none.

WHITE HOUSE BRACE FOR STAFF DEPARTURES AHEAD OF MIDTERMS

The White House press team is undergoing a staff shakeup ahead of the midterm elections – its most notable resignation coming from former White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who left her role last month for a commentator gig at MSNBC.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a press briefing at the White House, Woensdag, April 20, 2022, in Washington.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a press briefing at the White House, Woensdag, April 20, 2022, in Washington. (AP Foto / Evan Vucci)

The White House also announced last week that assistant press secretary Vedant Patel was leaving to serve as principal deputy spokesperson at the State Department, and the press office’s chief of staff Amanda Finney was leaving for a senior communications post at the Energy Department.

The administration has framed the departures as routine, but they come amid multiple news media reports of inner turmoil at the White House as Biden’s approval numbers sink to all-time lows ahead of the midterms.

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