Melania Trump’s top policy aide has reportedly left her high-profile gig after serving in the White House for six months.
Reagan Hedlund, who helped launch the first lady’s “Be Best” anti-bullying initiative, left her position last week, according to Politico.
Hedlund told the newspaper she plans to work on foreign policy issues but noted her work on the first lady’s signature proposal.
“I am very grateful to the first lady for the opportunity to help launch her policy initiative,” Hedlund told Politico.
“It was a rare opportunity to contribute at such a high level. It was a difficult decision to leave. However I have decided to return to my roots in the foreign policy world.”
The departure leaves the first lady’s already-small staff further diminished.
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