The White House is losing a talented communicator – but the Trump campaign is the benefactor.
According to the Washington Examiner:
White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley will be leaving his post to help keep President Trump in office for four more years.
Gidley, who joined the White House in October 2017, will be joining the Trump reelection campaign team as the national press secretary. He will be joining the campaign effective July 1.
Gridley is taking Kayleigh McEnany’s old job:
Gidley, 44, will be working under Trump 2020 communications director Tim Murtaugh in the role that was previously occupied by Kayleigh McEnany. McEnany left her post with the campaign to assume the role of White House press secretary in April.
In a tweet following the announcement, Trump called Gidley “strong, loyal and a trusted member of the team that I know will do an outstanding job! We must WIN this election!
Check out some of Gidley’s work here: