Joe Grogan leaves the White House

White House chief domestic policy advisor Joe Grogan is stepping down as the administration struggles to cope with the Coronavirus pandemic, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The head of the Domestic Policy Council, Grogan, told the Wall Street Journal that he is leaving on good terms with President Donald Trump and that he has been in that position longer than planned. He said he would leave office on May 24.

The White House has been waiting for him to leave for the past few months, but he made a decision shortly after former Congressman Mark Meadows took office as the fourth chief of staff of the presidency.