About an hour before her tweet, CBS News had reported Sanders, whose stint as White House Press Secretary has been marked by her battles with reporters and accusations of spreading falsehoods, would be leaving the job at the end of the year. They told the network Sanders is planning to leave at the end of the year. Shah "has not yet settled on an exact date" as to when he will leave.
Neither staffer responded to the news outlet's request for comments, but Sanders did take to Twitter and send a tweet shortly after the story broke. She responded afterward, expressing her love for working for President Trump.
Sanders' White House press briefings often make for must-see TV.
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However, Sanders disputed the story and said CBS never asked her if she was planning on leaving. Numerous staffers have left in recent months, including Communications Director Hope Hicks, assistant press secretary Natalie Strom and director of White House message strategy Cliff Sims.
The White House Office of Communications has been one of the most volatile of the Trump administration.
The biggest concern over such a high turnover rate is the fact that nobody stays long enough to learn the job and do it well.