Sarah Huckabee Sanders responds to report she’s leaving the Trump administration

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders turns over the podium to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

Camera Icon White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders turns over the podium to Secretary of State Mike

Press secretary Sarah Sanders and principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah are both planning to leave the White House, CBS reported Wednesday.

The report cites "sources inside the White House and close to the administration" and also claims that Sanders told friends that she expects to be out by the end of the year.

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Sanders plans to leave at the end of the year, according to CBS.

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Others have departed the White House recently including Hope Hicks, Josh Raffel, Tom Bossert, Michael Anton, John McEntee, Cliff Simms, Steven Cheung, Kaelan Dorr, Natalie Strom, and Tyler Ross.

However, shortly after CBS News ran its report, Sanders complained on Twitter that the network went with its story "without even talking to me" and that she loved her job.

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The White House Office of Communications has been one of the most volatile of the Trump administration. Last week, Mr. Kelly told visiting senators that the White House was "a miserable place to work", according to a person with direct knowledge of the comment. Staffers who have left or been forced out of their jobs have described a dysfunctional and toxic working environment.

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