Stephanie Grisham Named New White House Press Secretary, Replaces Sarah Huckabee Sanders

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ABOVE VIDEO: Stephanie Grisham named new White House press secretary.

(FOX NEWS) – Stephanie Grisham has been announced to succeed Sarah Huckabee Sanders as White House press secretary. She will also serve as White House communications director.

Grisham’s name was reported to be among the frontrunners as rumors swirled over who would replace the outgoing Sanders, who President Trump said has done “an incredible job” during her tenure.

Here are three things to know about the new White House press secretary.

Prior to her appointment as White House press secretary, Grisham served as Melania Trump’s spokeswoman since 2017. She developed a reputation as a staunch defender of the first lady during her tenure in the East Wing.

Grisham had earlier acted as deputy to then-press secretary Sean Spicer before serving the first lady.

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