Sarah Sanders, Raj Shah planning to depart the White House


Citing sources in the administration, CBS News reported Sanders had told friends she plans to leave the Trump administration by the end of this year.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, has responded to a CBS News report that said she is planning to leave the Trump administration.

CBS also reported that principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah is considering leaving his role. She replaced Sean Spicer. Sanders and Shah did not respond to repeated request for comment, according to CBS.

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders pushed back forcefully on a report that she's seeking an exit from the Trump administration on Wednesday night, saying in a tweet that she "loves" her job.

In an effort to address all the leaks emanating from the Trump administration, there are plans afoot to slowly whittle down the White House communications team (according to the latest batch of leaks). Her first press briefing came after Anthony Scaramucci left the White House July 31, just 10 days after he started.

Others have departed the White House recently including Hope Hicks, Josh Raffel, Tom Bossert, Michael Anton, John McEntee, Cliff Simms, Steven Cheung, Kaelan Dorr, Natalie Strom, and Tyler Ross.