Bill Shine, former Fox News exec, is out as Trump's communications strategist

Chris Hayes put it best: “Luckily for Bill Shine there are lots of organizations desperate for someone whose core competency is covering up sexual harassment.”

Bill Shine, famed alleged enabler of sexual predators at Fox News and in the White House, is departing his position as Trump's communications strategist. He will remain on at the White House to work on Trump's re-election campaign, but insiders say the arrangement is largely intended to help the president save face.

White House press spokesmonster Sarah Sanders says Shine resigned.

From the NYT Maggie Haberman account:

The White House sought to present Mr. Shine's resignation as amicable and issued statements in the name of the president and other White House officials praising him. But people close to the White House described the campaign job as a way to save face.

"Bill Shine has done an outstanding job working for me and the administration," Mr. Trump said in the statement. "We will miss him in the White House, but look forward to working together on the 2020 presidential campaign, where he will be totally involved. Thank you to Bill and his wonderful family!"

Mr. Shine, who held the title of deputy White House chief of staff, was the sixth person to accept the job to manage communications chief for this White House, a position that has been problematic in a presidency where Mr. Trump prefers to be his own chief spokesman and rarely sticks to a messaging plan that aides seek to establish. The White House gave no indication who will replace Mr. Shine.

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