White House lets TV surrogate coordinator go

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Up to now, Boris Epshteyn, a special assistant to President Donald Trump, had been in charge of overseeing television surrogates for the White House.

However, a report from Fox News indicates that he has been let go from his position.

According to White House sources, the White House is “exploring other opportunities within the administration” for Epshteyn, who is “expected to remain in the administration.”

A college friend of Eric Trump’s, Epshteyn had been in charge of overseeing the television appearances of White House officials.

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