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.
Besides Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Walters is the only spokesperson who's been on President Trump's staff for his entire presidency. She'll leave in April, saying in a statement it has "been an honor and a privilege to serve the president in this administration," per Bloomberg. Unlike some other recent departures, Sanders and acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney praised Walters in a goodbye statement. No replacement has been hired yet, Sanders said.
The news comes just hours after Vice President Mike Pence added a new member to his staff. Marc Short, who served as Trump's director of legislative affairs until last summer, will become Pence's chief of staff in March, Pence announced Tuesday. Short was also Pence's chief of staff back when the vice president was a member of Congress. Pence's ex-Chief of Staff Nick Ayers left the White House in December after publicly rejecting Trump's offer to become his chief of staff.