Jacob Sprayer, who is now working as a receptionist at the White House, will be the one to replace Goepfert.
Stephen Goepfert, who serves as a special assistant to President Joe Biden, will be leaving his position in the White House, according to The News God.
Goepfert will be succeeded in his role as receptionist at the White House by Jacob Sprayer, who currently holds that position. This coming Friday will mark the end of Goepfert’s time working at the White House. Since the beginning of the president’s campaign for the election in 2020, his helper has been at his side, preparing speech podiums and handing out notes.
In a statement, President Biden stated, “Stephen Goepfert has stood by my side from the campaign to the White House.” People have stated the following about him: “In crises huge and tiny, he has been a cherished and trustworthy confidant whom people count upon and who always delivers.”
He made the following statement: “Jill and I will miss Stephen, but we are delighted that he will continue to serve the American people in his new post in the Biden-Harris administration as he continues his career in public service.” Jill and I will miss Stephen. We are delighted that he will continue to serve the American people in his new post.