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WASHINGTON — Three White House officials who were mulling quitting their jobs are now planning to stay through the Supreme Court fight, according to a report on Sunday.

White House Counsel Don McGahn, as well as Legislative Affairs director Marc Short and Domestic Policy director Andrew Bremberg have told colleagues that they’ll remain in their positions through the process to confirm Justice Anthony Kennedy’s replacement, ABC News reported.

The article goes on to state the following:

Kennedy announced his retirement on Wednesday, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) quickly saying on the Senate floor that Kennedy’s replacement would get a vote in the Senate “this fall” before the November election could change the makeup of the upper chamber.

Two White House officials told ABC that McGahn now plans to stick it out through those elections, after previously indicating he wanted to leave.

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