Mike Dubke, President Trump’s communications director, has resigned, ABC News has learned.
Dubke, 47, who had been tasked with helping to shape the president’s message, only served at his administration post for about three months.
He resigned May 18 but offered to stay on in his post until the end of the president’s first foreign trip, ABC News has learned.
Dubke is still coming into work, and his last day has not yet been set.
Previously, he had helped found Crossroads Media, a Republican media services firm.
Dubke’s resignation may serve as an opportunity to revamp Trump’s communications team, which has frequently come under criticism during the early months of the president’s term.