Many media outlets are reporting that Dr. Sebastian Gorka did not resign, suggesting – quoting an anonymous “White House Senior Official” – he was fired instead.
In an exclusive text-message exchange with The Washington Examiner, Gorka completely rejected the notion, stating it was “disappointing” and that someone was trying to “spin” his resignation.
Well, Breitbart allegedly found the identity of the person who is attempting to make it seem like Gorka didn’t resign. Her name is Kelly Sadler and, according to Breitbart, she’s just a low-level staffer.
Gorka told The Washington Examiner that he was disappointed someone would try to spin this:
“How disappointing. I resigned,” he said in one text. Gorka said that he’s on vacation until Monday.
In a separate text message Gorka said he told White House chief of staff John Kelly “today and emailed him today” about his resignation. “It’s very disappointing that someone wished to spin this,” he added.
Breitbart is reporting that the person who tried to make it look like Gorka was fired was just a low-level staffer named Kelly Sadler masquerading as a ‘Senior White House Official’:
Sadler’s claim that she is a “Senior White House official” is not true. She is not a “Senior White House official.” She is a low-level press staffer, and a commissioned officer as a special assistant to the president.
Breitbart has also shared quite a bit of eyebrow-raising information on Sadler:
A former Washington Times writer, her husband Frank Sadler managed Carly Fiorina’s 2016 presidential campaign. Fiorina, of course, went on to sign up with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as his vice presidential candidate when he launched a last-ditch late primary effort against Trump. Fiorina was vehemently anti-Trump throughout the primaries, and during the general election in the middle of October called for Trump to “step aside” during the campaign when the Access Hollywood tape came out. Now, Sadler is working in the White House despite Fiorina’s efforts to hurt Trump all the way through the general election.
Check out Cernovich.com’s report on Gorka’s resignation here to read excerpts of Gorka’s resignation letter.