The White House communications team's rapid response director, 31-year-old Andy Hemming, resigned on Monday. National news outlets probably knew him best as "that guy who tried to find positive news stories about Trump."
This isn't an uncommon role, but Hemming's job reportedly included delivering a folder full of positive news articles twice a day to Trump. According to Politico, Hemming was paid "$89,000 a year to spot and distribute positive stories from the mainstream media." He worked from 5:30AM to 11PM every weekday.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed Hemming's resignation on Thursday, three days after it happened. Sanders told Politico it was a:
...mutual decision that he could best help promote the president’s agenda on the outside. Andy is smart and very talented and we wish him all the best.
"Andy Hemming reportedly worked 17-hour days finding positive news"— Phil (@fishbulb17) August 25, 2017
I bet Obama's guy did a 9am-11am shift. Easiest job in the world
When your #1 yes man quits thats a sad day for Donnie. The folder is gonna be light today.— dєvσlutíσnαrч (@DevolutionMan) August 25, 2017