White House communications director Kate to leave her role

WASHINGTON:  White House spokesperson Kate Bedingfield will step down from her position this summer, the White House announced in a statement.

Bedingfield, 40, has been a longtime advisor to US President Joe Biden and serves as a senior strategist for both the administration and his 2020 campaign.

Bedingfield will resign, according to the White House, "in late July to spend more time with her husband and young children." During Biden's tenure as US vice president, Bedingfield first served as his communications director.

Several assistants and deputy press secretaries quit their positions in the weeks that followed Jen Psaki's departure from her position as White House press secretary in May.

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