Trump loses a deputy press secretary while Mike Pence names a new chief of staff

Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters.
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Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters is leaving the White House in an abnormally normal way.

Walters is stepping down after two years for a job with Edelman Public Relations, Bloomberg reports via a White House announcement on Tuesday. Her departure comes about a month after fellow Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah resigned to take a lobbying job.

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