Six White House staffers were marched out of the building on Thursday after they failed national security background checks.
Politico reported that the unlucky half-dozen included one who was the president’s director of scheduling.
Politico reported that Wiles has told friends she will be reassigned to a job in the Treasury Department.
Wiles had been Trump’s campaign scheduling chief from July 2016 until his victory. She held the same position on Gov. Scott’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign.
It’s unknown who the other five dismissed aides are. One White House source told DailyMail.com it’s common knowledge that two of them were expected to take positions in the National Security Council staff.
Aides in the White House who need security clearances to do their jobs are required to complete a background check based on a lengthy questionnaire known as form SF86.
The paperwork is used as a starting point for investigators to probe their finances, criminal records, ties to terrorism and foreign governments, past use of controlled substances, history of alcohol abuse, and other factors that could compromise their ability to serve the president.