Alyssa Farah, Donald Trump’s 31-year-old communications director, has called it quits. She plans to launch a PR firm focused on corporate and defense issues.
Farah served as press secretary to VP Pence and press secretary at the Dept. of Defense before taking on the White House post in April.
The Washington Post noted that Farah is the only person to hold those three jobs in an administration and was the youngest press secretary at the DOD.
Her exit “amounts to a tacit acknowledgment that — despite his baseless and dangerous claims to the contrary — Trump lost the 2020 election, and much of his team is now pondering their post-White House future," noted the Post.
In her resignation letter, Farah wrote that serving Team Trump was “an honor of a lifetime."