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RNC Faces Yet Another Resignation As Armstrong Joins The List Of “High-Level Departures” At RNC


08/31/2017


With Sara Armstrong’s resignation from RNC’s Chief Of Staff, the count of resignations at RNC continues to grow.



Three familiar people have reported that Republican National Committee’s Chief of Staff, Sara Armstrong, will be resigning, whereby turning out to be the “latest in a string of high-level departures” to take place at RNC.
 
Following her exit from RNC, Armstrong is going to take “a senior job at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce”. After overseeing the inauguration event of “President Donald Trump”, she had assumed the role of RNS’ “chief of staff” in the beginning of this year.
 
Armstrong’s departure will be the six one at RNC within a span of a month alone. Quite a few of the helping hands form the data department of the committee have quit due to a “change in departmental leadership”.
 
Alex Isenstadt reported:
“Armstrong is an RNC veteran, having worked at the committee since 2009. During the 2014 election cycle, she was named deputy chief of staff. In 2016, she helped to run the national party convention”.
 
Moreover, Armstrong’s statement read:
“It’s been an honor to have served at the RNC and I’m forever thankful to have worked with so many top-notch professionals. The RNC is in a strong position thanks to record fundraising and I’m confident they will be successful moving forward as they work to support the White House and elect Republicans up-and-down the ballot.”
 
 
 
References:
politico.com







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