Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary, Marc Lotter, is leaving the administration.
Lotter will serve until the end of the month. He worked as press secretary on Pence’s reelection campaign for governor of Indiana and stayed in the spokesman role when Pence became Donald Trump’s running mate. He was constantly by Pence’s side on the campaign trail and has been a frequent surrogate for the administration on cable news.
“It was a privilege to be able to serve the president and vice president inside the administration and I’m very much looking forward to speaking on behalf of the president and the vice president and their political efforts outside the administration,” Lotter told POLITICO.
It’s not clear exactly what his next move will be.
Lotter’s departure marks the latest staff shake-up for Pence, who has avoided much of the infighting and leaking that has plagued the White House. Pence recently replaced his chief of staff, Josh Pitcock, with longtime political aide Nick Ayers.