Updated at 2 p.m. ET The White House is shaking up its communications team, a source familiar with the planning told NPR on Tuesday. New White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will name Ben Williamson, a close adviser, as the senior communications adviser, the source said. Williamson worked with Meadows on Capitol Hill, where he helped drive messaging around President Trump's defense during impeachment. Alyssa Farah will become director of strategic communications. Farah is the top Pentagon spokeswoman and previously worked as Vice President Pence's press secretary. Before that, she worked with the House Freedom Caucus, where she was a longtime ally of Meadows. Kayleigh McEnany will move from the Trump reelection campaign to the White House to become...
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White House Shakes Up Communications Team With New Meadows Aides