Biden White House staffers are fleeing the sinking ship that is the Biden White House.
Mariel Saez, the White House director of broadcast media, is leaving the Biden administration for a private-sector job.
A senior member of President Joe Biden’s communications team is set to leave in the coming weeks, a rare departure for a West Wing that has had limited staff turnover up this point.
Mariel Saez, the White House director of broadcast media, will leave government for the private sector after serving as the administration’s point person on a critical component of its wide-ranging messaging strategy: television.
Saez, who was well known on Capitol Hill as a constant presence by the side of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer during her 10 years working for the Maryland Democrat, had roles on Biden’s presidential campaign and in the Presidential Inaugural Committee before taking over the broadcast role on Inauguration Day in 2021.
“It has been an honor to serve the President as Director of Broadcast Media, and I am grateful to my talented and dedicated colleagues at the White House and across the Administration who worked hand-in-hand with me to communicate the President’s priorities across broadcast media,” Saez said in a statement.
More departures are expected:
"Several White House officials have told CNN there's an expectation there will be more departures in the weeks ahead…”https://t.co/TLuky11ll8
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) February 14, 2022
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