The acting director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is resigning just two weeks after taking on the role, an agency official confirmed to The Hill.
CNN and BuzzFeed News first reported Jonathan Fahey’s resignation Wednesday evening, citing a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official and a source with knowledge of the situation, respectively.
ICE Press Secretary Jenny Burke confirmed to The Hill that Fahey had stepped down, though the agency did not give a reason behind the resignation.
Fahey’s departure comes after acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced Monday he was stepping down after serving in the role for 14 months and with just over a week left until President Trump leaves office.
Read more at The Hill.