White House Communications Director Bill Shine Resigns to Work on Trump 2020 Campaign
White House Communications Director Bill Shine resigned today. He will serve as a senior adviser to the Trump 2020 Campaign.
President Trump thanked Shine on Friday and made clear he is looking forward to working with him in the upcoming campaign.
Our DC source told The Gateway Pundit the White House is pleased with Shine’s work. Shine’s family is not in Washington DC.
JUST IN: Bill Shine has resigned his post as deputy WH chief of staff for communications, White House announces. He will serve as a senior adviser to Trump 2020 campaign: pic.twitter.com/cKqquIZ8yY
— Jeremy Diamond (@JDiamond1) March 8, 2019
Bill O’Reilly defended Shine, a former FOX News employee, today.
CNN reporter Kaitlin Collins using anonymous sources to denigrate Bill Shine saying no one knew what he did in the White House. Absurd and dishonest reporting. In other words, the usual.
— Bill O'Reilly (@BillOReilly) March 8, 2019