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Stephanie Grisham announced as new White House press secretary

CBS News Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Stephanie Grisham, who has served as first lady Melania Trump's spokeswoman for more than two years, will replace Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary and communications director. Grisham was considered the front-runner to fill the spot. Politico White House reporter Nancy Cook joins CBSN with more.
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Grisham will become the third person to hold the position since President Donald Trump took office.

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