White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving her post, President Donald Trump has declared.
He said his representative would come back to her home territory of Arkansas toward the finish of June, adulating her as a "warrior".
Mrs Sanders, who is the most recent senior White House associate to exit, said her job had been "an incredible respect".
Her validity was addressed during a contentious residency that saw press briefings everything except consigned to a relic of times gone by.
She began as representative press secretary before supplanting Sean Spicer in the top post in July 2017.
Mrs Sanders, 36, has been a reliable mouthpiece, broadly saying that God "needed Donald Trump to move toward becoming president".
At an inconsequential White House occasion on Thursday, Mr Trump portrayed her as "an uncommon individual, an extremely, fine lady".
"She's a warrior, we're all warriors, we must be warriors," Mr Trump included.
The president did not name a substitution press secretary.
She said in a trembling voice: "This is something I will cherish until the end of time. I'm going to keep on being a standout amongst the most candid and faithful supporters of the president."
The mother-of-three said she was anticipating investing more energy with her family. She at times chastened the White House press corps for carrying on like her youngsters.
Mrs Sanders had a troublesome association with the media, regularly rehashing her supervisor's claim of phony news.
Mrs Sanders facilitated less news gatherings than any of the first 13 press secretaries, as per the American Presidency Project.
Her keep going media instructions was on 11 March - 94 days back.
Mr Trump has selected to be his own communicator-in-boss, much of the time making off the cuff comments to columnists over the buzz of presidential helicopter Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House.