Alyssa Farah the head of communications at the White House, announced his resignation and said he would leave to seek new opportunities.
(Source: U.S. Department of Defense) Alyssa Farah, Director of Communications at the U.S. White House
December 4th – According to the Washington Post on the 3rd local time, Alyssa Farah has resigned as the director of the White House Communications Liaison Office.
Alyssa Farah reportedly said in a statement that “she will leave the White House to seek new opportunities”.
It is reported that Alyssa Farah joined the White House communication team in April this year.
During his tenure, Alyssa Farah also served as a spokesman for the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
Previously, she was also the press secretary of the Department of Defense and the press secretary of Vice President Pence.