Boris Epshteyn, a special assistant to President Donald Trump who was in charge of television surrogates for the White House, has been let go from his position, four senior administration officials told Fox News.
White House sources told Fox News that they “are exploring other opportunities within the administration."
Epshteyn could potentially have a less “visable” position, but is “expected to remain in the administration,” Politico reported.
Epshteyn had been in charge of overseeing television appearances for White House officials, according to Politico.
Eric Trump and Epshteyn had developed a friendship during their time at Georgetown University.
Fox News' Serafin Gomez contributed to this story.