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Report: Jason Miller Declines Appointment as White House Communications Director

Jason Miller, communications director of President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, has declined his appointment as White House communications director to prioritize his family, Reuters reported Saturday.

Emily Stephenson writes Miller said in a statement that his wife is expected to give birth in January and Sean Spicer will assume the responsibilities of the communications director.

Trump selected Spicer, communications chief of the Republican National Committee, to serve as White House press secretary.

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