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Top literary agents say Trump's ex-personal secretary could make millions

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A couple of Washington's top literary agents say President Trump's former personal secretary, Madeleine Westerhout, could make millions if she writes a tell-all of her time working for the president.

Driving the news: Keith Urbahn and Matt Latimer — who run the literary agency Javelin and secured 7-figure book deals for former FBI director James Comey and former White House official Cliff Sims — say most publishers in the country right now want a meeting with Westerhout.

Everyone who's left the White House communications team

Outgoing press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
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Since President Trump was inaugurated in January 2017, his administration has seen 8 officials resign from high-profile positions in the White House Communications Office.

Driving the news: Trump announced on Thursday that Sarah Sanders was leaving her role as press secretary at the end of June.