Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary Marc Lotter will leave the Trump administration. The secretary was part of the administration for eight months. He promised to serve President Donald Trump and Americans outside of the administration.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to continue to speak on behalf of the President and VP and serve them on the outside of the administration,” Lotter stated.
He will be a top spokesman for the President and Vice President’s political efforts, as confirmed by Pence’s communication director Jarrod Agen. “He’ll be able to play an even greater role in advancing the agenda and accomplishments of the President and Vice President,” Agen said.
Lotter will stay on his position through the end of September. We have no information about his future plans, but a source close to him said that the secretary is “needed for messaging on the outside.”
“He can do more TV and speak on behalf of President Trump. it’s a win-win-win. Lotter is great,” the source said.
The administration went through a lot of changes lately, and Vice President Mike Pence made a few major decisions. He replaced his chief of staff Josh Pitcock with Nick Ayers. Pence has worked with him for several years. Ayers was the chief political strategist for Vice President Mike Pence when he was nominated as the running mate of President Trump in June 2016.
This is not the only resignation handed in the last few months. Numerous staffers left the administration, while others were fired, including Sean Spicer, Reince Priebus, Anthony Scaramucci and Steve Bannon. Who will be the next to go?
It’s more than clear that President Trump is more than determined to construct a perfect team. He has gathered some of the greatest minds in the White House. They will be working on his plans to make America great again, and let’s be honest, dreams do come true.