Farewell Winter White House. Hi Desert White House.
Strategy counselor Stephen Miller and press secretary Sean Spicer will all be along for significant pieces of the trek, as indicated by numerous White House authorities.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will go with Trump through the last stop in Sicily for the G7 meeting, and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster will be along for the total of the outing.
Additionally among those going with the president: his trusted helper Hope Hicks, representative press secretary Sarah Sanders and National Security Council representative Michael Anton, among others.
It’s a universal expansion of a dynamic that has been set up since Trump took office, with associates remaining in near physical nearness to a president who can regularly be affected by the latest individual he’s talked with.
The conflicting groups of his organization are wanting to take their operation out and about, where discourses of how to possibly rebuild the West Wing are probably going to proceed.
Guide Kellyanne Conway and interchanges executive Michael Dubke will remain behind in Washington, White House authorities told POLITICO.
The voyaging West Wing remains as opposed to how President Barack Obama regularly sorted out his travel abroad. Obama’s head of staff once in a while gone with him abroad, said a previous White House official. He would regularly have alongside him one senior consultant, in addition to national security guides and the press secretary. The secretary of state would frequently join for a few legs of universal excursions, the previous Obama official said.