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Dearborn will leave the White House in early 2018 to seek work in the private sector, The Wall Street Journal reports.
"Rick loyally served the president for two and a half years and brought a tremendous amount of energy to the White House staff", White House Chief of Staff John Kelly John Francis Kellymore told him to the Journal.
"He's a super boy and it breaks my heart to see him go, but I look forward to his continued personal friendship and support for the president's agenda."
ADVERTISEMENT  Dearborn worked on the Trump campaign in 2016 before serving on his presidential transition team.
In his White House role, Dearborn oversaw the White House's public-scope and legislative operations, and considered pbading the tax bill as an "end" for his work in the west wing, according to the Journal
Dearborn is the last official of the Trump administration to signal his departure when Trump is approaching his first year in office.
It occurs only a few weeks after the White House announced the deputy national security advisor to Trump, Dina Powell, would leave at the beginning of 2018.