WSJ: Trump’s Domestic policy advisor Grogan leaves the White House

He said that he was leaving, being on good terms with the President.

White House chief domestic policy adviser Joe Grogan is leaving his post while the administration tries to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The head of the domestic policy Council, Grogan, said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that he is leaving while on good terms with President Donald Trump and that he has already been in this position longer than planned. He said that he would leave the post on May 24.

The White House had been expecting him to leave for the past few months, but he made the decision soon after former Congressman Mark Meadows took over as the President’s fourth chief of staff.

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