Heather Nauert, the former State Department spokeswoman, has said she is no longer interested in replacing Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary, the Washington Examiner has learned.
Nauert, 49, left her previous Washington role in April after nearly two years living apart from her husband and two sons, who remained in New York when she joined the Trump administration in 2017.
The article goes on to state the following:
“She’s on to that next season of life and not looking to return to the administration, at this point anyway,” said an individual who spoke with Nauert in recent days, after Sanders said she would leave.
“She is back with her family. Her job at State required a significant amount of travel, and her family was up in New York,” the individual said. “She laughed it off and dismissed it, and said, ‘I’m moving on to the next thing.’”
Nauert is a former “Fox & Friends” co-host. She was reported to be among four top contenders President Donald J. Trump is considering. The Examiner reported Monday that First Lady Melania Trump’s spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham, 42, is considered the favorite of the four.
Heather Nauert out – White House press secretary hopeful no longer in contention https://t.co/lpgtkW1Q3b
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) June 18, 2019
Candidates in the mix include Steph Grisham (from the East Wing), Tony Sayegh (who just left Treasury), Heather Nauert (ex-State Dept.) and Hogan Gidley, SHS’s deputy –> https://t.co/BP1bdSkKxT
— Nancy Cook (@nancook) June 14, 2019
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