Spicer abruptly ended his Tuesday afternoon briefing after three news outlets the president has called "fake news" and "the enemy of the American people" demanded that he provide a list of stories the White House believes to be false.
Kushner is reportedly being investigated for a meeting with a Russian official in which the pair allegedly sought to establish a back-channel communications apparatus to discuss military policy in Syria.
Beyond Dubke, White House press secretary Sean Spicer is expected to take on a reduced public role, though he is conducting the briefing later on Tuesday. "It would be only a few months on the job before tapping out the "I want to spend more time with family" email", another said.
As he has before, the president blew up the coherent message that his team had crafted and put Spicer in an impossible situation.
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Spicer brought up the case of a BBC reporter who claimed that Trump was not wearing his earpiece during a discussion with the Italian prime minister. If not, are family ties keeping Kushner employed at the White House?
But his departure raises questions about whether previous Trump loyalists are headed to the White House.
Contacts between Trump associates and Russian officials during the campaign coincided with what US intelligence agencies concluded was a Kremlin effort through computer hacking, fake news and propaganda to boost Trump's chances of winning the White House. He has been trying to help restructure the press and communications operation, and is parting on good terms, a senior administration official said.
The administration had hoped Trump's nine-day turn in the worldwide spotlight would offer a respite from relentless coverage-marked by an endless barrage of explosive revelations-of an ever-widening probe into Russian meddling in last year's election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign.
Mr. Dubke, a mild-mannered veteran of national politics, was among the aides who struggled to impose discipline on an undisciplined president. He addressed the Times' Peter Baker, who would later argue that Trump's foreign trip had dominated the paper's front page.
Trump has yet to sign a major piece of legislation, and he is now facing a series of major decisions, including withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, increasing troops in Afghanistan and naming a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director.