President Trump is seeking to reduce the number of leaks from the White House by removing some midlevel and junior staffers on the communications team, according to a new report.
White House chief of staff John Kelly has approved a plan that would clear out some officials in the communications department, but top aides, including White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, are expected to keep their posts, per Politico.
Some staffers are expected to be fired, while others will be reassigned to different positions.
Ultimately, the staff changes are designed to remove leakers and establish a more direct chain of command, sources told Politico.
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