After only three months on the job, White House communications director Mike Dubke has resigned. Dubke tendered his resignation on May 18, but the news has only become public, according to stories first published in Axios and the Washington Post.
According to reports, Dubke tendered his resignation on May 18, but offered to stay with the administration throughout President Trump’s first international trip.
As communications director, his primary focus was helping restructure the press operations of the White House, and is leaving on good terms, according to a senior administration official.
Dubke’s last day has yet to be set. It is assumed his job will remain open in the short term.