President Trump’s communications director, Mike Dubke, is on his way out after just three months on the job. He is the first to go in what is expected to be a major turnover of staff as the White House attempts to jumpstart its agenda and cope with deepening scandals related to Russia. “Insiders say Dubke came in with few patrons, and never gelled with the originals,” Axios reports. Trump is reportedly also considering adding his former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, to the communications department, as well as his former deputy campaign manager, David Bossie. Trump himself will do more press conferences as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s on-camera appearances are rolled back.
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