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Trump re-assigns White House deputy chief of staff to outside group

Trump re-assigns White House deputy chief of staff to outside group

It also represents a major change in the makeup of the White House's top staff that could shift the power dynamics within the West Wing, as Walsh was a close ally of Priebus.

A top aide to President Donald Trump said she is leaving his administration to join a pro-Trump outside group, America First Policies.

A senior administration official told DailyMail.com on Thursday that Walsh had approached senior strategist Steve Bannon about departing the White House to help operate America First, a political nonprofit founded to promote the president's agenda.

A senior White House official insisted that Walsh was "not being fired". "No one can fix this problem better than Katie Walsh". The group, started by Trump's 2016 campaign aides has had issues getting its operation off the ground and was notably absent during the public-relations push for the GOP's plan to repeal and replace parts of Obamacare.

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The source said, "there won't be many people here who miss her".

The only apparent evidence that Walsh did not support Trump's election was a private meeting the RNC held with reporters before Trump's victory, in which she shared the committee's own forecast models that predicted he would lose the election by about 30 points.

"It was a very collective conversation that we could have moved the health care message more effectively", the White House official said. One of its co-founders, Rick Gates, left last week amid renewed reports about his firm's past work on behalf of Russian clients.


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