White House communications director Alyssa Farah resigned from her post Thursday after 3½ years in the Trump administration.  According to The Washington Post, she plans to start a consulting firm “focusing on the corporate, political and defense realms.”

Farah, 31, began her White House tenure as press secretary under Vice President Pence before joining the Defense Department as press secretary last September, and she returned to the White House as communications director in April, adds The Post. She is the first person to serve in these three roles in one administration and the youngest Pentagon press secretary.

In her resignation letter, Farah called her time in the administration “the honor of a lifetime” and described herself as “deeply proud of the incredible things we were able to accomplish to make our country stronger, safer, and more secure.”

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