Mike Dubke to head White House communications
Media in the United States learned on Friday from sources in the presidential administration that media strategist Mike Dubke agreed to to become the communications director of the White House. The decision relieves Sean Spicer, Donald Trump's press secretary, who was responsible for the job in addition to his regular duties.
Dubke, a long-time Republican, founded Crossroads Media. His appointment may be made public even today, news outlets reported. Jason Miller from Trump's campaign team was seen as communications director, but he withdrew before inauguration last month. Dubke hasn't publicly supported Trump before the election.