Sean Spicer left the door open to staying on at the White House Tuesday morning after a Trump ally said on CNN that the outgoing press secretary should be tapped to lead tax reform efforts.
Spicer told DailyMail.com 'will let you know,' when asked if he would help the administration get a tax package through.
Jason Miller, the campaign aide turned talking head who had originally been offered the communications director gig advised, 'I would say go and try and keep Sean Spicer through the tax reform effort.'
Previously, Spicer's next move looked to be on the dance floor, as the administration official is being courted for Dancing with the Stars.
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Outgoing Press Secretary Sean Spicer left the door open to staying on at the White House on the heels of a Trump ally recommending he lead tax reform efforts
Jason Miller (right) recommended on CNN Tuesday morning that President Trump's new Chief of Staff John Kelly ask Sean Spicer to stay on and help the White House with tax reform
Miller argued that Spicer, the former chief strategist communications director at the Republican National Committee, made perfect sense to be the liaison on the issue between the White House and Capitol Hill.
'I think he's the person in the White House who's been working on this tax reform roll-out,' Miller said.
'You already have him in place, he knows the president, he's loyal to the team, if I was Gen. Kelly I would go talk to Sean and say, "Can I get you to stay through this effort," and my guess is he can probably convince Sean to do that,' Miller said.