Donald Trump's communications director has resigned after just three months in the job.
Politico reports that Mike Dubke resigned on May 18 with the President immediatley accepting.
Dubke offered to stay in the role during Trump's first foreign visit, in order to ensure a smooth transition as he leaves.
His last day has not yet been decided, according to ABC and it is currently unclear why Dubke resigned.
The communications director worked closely with press secretary Sean Spicer, as before he was appointed, Spicer was working as both a press secretary and communications director.
He was previously a Republican strategist who founded Crossroads Media.
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