Looks like Sean Spicer is going to catch a break.
President Donald Trump is letting bygones be bygones with the expected appointment of his new White House Communications Director: Mike Dubke.
The appointment of the Crossroads Media founder is an interesting move, considering that Dubke worked with Republicans to stop Trump from gaining the presidency.
"Dubke and his Crossroads friends did everything they could to kill the Trump movement and failed," one Trump supporter told CNN.
For Sean Spicer, who's currently serving as both White House press secretary and communications director for the new administration, this should take a weight off his shoulders. Traditionally, the job roles are played by two different people.
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Communications strategist Jason Miller was originally slated to take the role, but dropped out around the holidays saying he wanted to spend more time with family.
As noted on its website, Crossroads Media’s corporate and trade association experience includes working with national energy and financial groups to promote legislative agenda in Washington, D.C. and around the country. Clients include Walmart, the Workforce Fairness Institute and Westinghouse manufacturing company.