Donald Trump’s communications director has resigned, just three months after he was appointed by the president.
Mike Dubke submitted his resignation letter on May 18, it emerged on Tuesday, but reportedly offered to stay on during Mr Trump’s first overseas trip. It is not clear when his last day will be.
“He has expressed his desire to leave the White House,” Kellyanne Conway told Fox News on Tuesday.
Mr Dubke’s resignation comes amid criticism levelled against the White House over its communication strategy, in particular contradictions between the president and his press team.