Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer will rejoin the Trump administration in an honorary position.
Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus will also be given a role as a member of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.
NY Post reports two prominent figures from President Trump’s first year in office are rejoining his administration.
Sean Spicer, his former press secretary, and Reince Priebus, his first White House chief of staff, will take new roles as members of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.
The White House announced their unpaid honorary positions on Tuesday.
The new gigs are unlikely to get them much ink in the papers, but will give them the ability to help select winners of coveted fellowships in the administration.
Spicer and Priebus both lost their White House jobs in the summer of 2017 after Trump hired Anthony Scaramucci to be his communications director.
The former chief of staff was dismissed via presidential tweet in late July 2017 after joining the president aboard Air Force One.
Priebus currently works as president of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, a national law firm that claims more than 260 attorneys. He also joined CBS News as a political analyst last month.
Spicer remains a Republican Party loyalist and competed last year on “Dancing with the Stars,” losing despite Trump’s enthusiastic backing.