Rumors of staff shakeups have plagued the Trump Administration since Inauguration Day in January. While there have been some mid-level departures, a major transition has not yet occurred. That may all change soon if a new report is to be believed. White House Chief of Staff and Wisconsinite Reince Priebus' departure from his current post is "imminent," according to conservative blogger Erick Erickson's sources in the White House.
President Donald Trump still wants Priebus in the government, but has reportedly already interviewed candidates and narrowed it to two individuals: Gary Cohn, a moderate voice who's his current economic adviser; and David Urban, a Republican lobbyist now on the outside.
The job Priebus has been rumored to be moved to is the next U.S. Ambassador to Greece. You can read more about the alleged staff shakeup here.