Cheerful news from Business Insider. Donald Trump has a guy in mind to fill the vacancy for communications director. In case you haven't followed that inner sanctum revolving door, here's a rundown courtesy of The Washington Post.
On Dec. 22, President-elect Donald Trump picked Jason Miller to be his White House communications director. Miller resigned on Christmas Eve.
Sean Spicer, already set to become White House press secretary, agreed to pull double duty until a replacement could be found.
On Feb. 17, President Trump announced the hiring of Mike Dubke as communications director. Dubke quit three months later.
Again, Spicer took over on an interim basis.
On July 21, Trump installed Anthony Scaramucci. On Monday, just 10 days later, the president ousted his new hire.
So, who's up next? Brace yourself. The front runner may be the alt.right's poster boy, Stephen Miller.
Miller surfaced on the Sunday talk shows about five months ago and was shot down in flames.