Breaking: DeSantis Press Sec Pushaw Announces Resignation, But She’s Not Going Far


Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis’ fiery press secretary, Christina Pushaw, announced Friday that she is leaving her position with the state to serve on the governor’s re-election campaign.

Pushaw tweeted a copy of her resignation letter, effective immediately, writing, “Now, the gloves are off.”

“It has been a great honor to serve the people of Florida under the leadership of Governor Ron DeSantis and his administration,” Pushaw’s letter to Chief of Staff James Uthmeier and Director of Administration Dawn Hanson began.

“This letter is to officially inform you that I am resigning from my position as Press Secretary for the Executive Office of the Governor, effective August 12, 2022.”


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Pushaw will serve as the DeSantis’ campaign rapid response director.

Politico reported while at the governor’s office, “She used the position to regularly pick public fights with reporters on social media, amplify right-wing media outlets and conservative personalities and attack individuals who oppose or challenge DeSantis.”

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Pushaw wrote in her resignation letter to her superiors, “You gave me the latitude to respond to media narratives in direct and often unconventional ways, allowing me to redefine the role for a leaders whose actions speak for themselves.”

“I am proud to have been part of a team that has helped Floridians through historic challenges, and continues to deliver results that make life better for the people of our great state,” she added.

Some of the accomplishments Pushaw listed of DeSantis’ term included, “Protecting the rights of citizens to earn…


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