Watch: White House Holds Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments

Updated during 2:45 p.m. ET

Press secretary Sean Spicer briefed reporters on Tuesday following President Trump’s initial outing overseas.

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The lecture also followed news Tuesday morning that White House communications executive Michael Dubke has resigned, and there are reports of other probable staffing changes.

Reporters also asked about Jared Kushner’s communication with Russian officials. The Washington Post reported on Friday that Kushner discussed a probability of environment adult a approach and tip line of communication with Moscow. The Post cited “U.S. officials briefed on comprehension reports”; NPR has not exclusively reliable a paper’s account.