John McEntee, the former UConn quarterback known for a video compilation of elaborate trick shots that has been viewed more than 7 million times on YouTube, has lost his White House job as President Donald Trump's body man, according to multiple reports.
People familiar with the matter said that McEntee had been able to obtain a security clearance earlier in Trump's presidency, and speculated that any issues that led to his firing were recent developments.
McEntee declined a CNN request to comment.
Richard Sherman Signs 3-Year Deal With 49ers
If they can get a linebacker who can stay on the field, maybe even for all three downs, [it would be a big help]. And Sherman called Detroit coach Matt Patricia and GM Bob Quinn; incentive package too rich for Detroit's blood.
Also Tuesday, the Trump campaign announced that Katrina Pierson, who served as the campaign's 2016 national spokeswoman, will rejoin the effort as a senior adviser.
He will join the Trump campaign instead.
John McEntee, a former personal aide to President Donald Trump, was sacked from the White House on Tuesday.
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Axios's Jonathan Swan touched on how devastating this will be for morale inside the White House. When Trump told stories about his campaign "originals", the aides who have been with him from the start, Melania would remind him to include McEntee.
The announcement came on the same day Mr Trump fired his secretary of state. Hope Hicks, the director of communications, has announced she is leaving in the coming days.
McEntee reportedly told colleagues that the firing was related to his background check. McEntee was subsequently hired as a senior advisor on Trump's reelection campaign.
Jamie Carragher apologises for spitting incident and 'moment of madness'
Football fans reacted with anger to Carragher's spitting shame. "Hopefully going forward I can show the real me". The Sky Sports reporter disagreed with a comment that the ex-England worldwide made about Jamie Carragher .
"As we build out our operations for the 2018 midterm elections and the 2020 reelection campaign, we are pleased to welcome back two outstanding members of our 2016 team", Trump reelection campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement.