Press Secretary of the State Department, Heather Naurer, has withdrawn her candidacy for the post of UN, the department reports. "The last two months have been exhausting for my family, and therefore in the interests of my family, which I took off from my review.
She continued to describe her time in the administration as "One of the highest honors in my life."
A source from the Department of State told Fox News that the process, in addition to traveling around the world and between them, Washington and New York, have become too big to see the seven
Trump – who nominated Naurta in December for Ambassador Nikki Haley – will announce "shortly" about a candidate before he works In the State Department, Naurer served as Fox News Leading and Correspondent ̵
Secretary of State Pompeo also addressed the decision in a statement stating that he respects.
Click here for news on FOX APP  "Heather Naurer fulfilled his duties of the senior member of my team with unsurpassed perfection," he said. "I want Heather nothing but the best in all of her future endeavors, and I know that she will continue to be a great representative of this nation in every role she finds."
When Trump resorted to Naurer for the UN role last year, He said that she was "very talented". His announcement came about two months after Haley, a former governor of South Carolina, drastically resigned.
Schallhorn contributed to this report.