Ivanka Trump's top adviser on paid family leave has reportedly left her position at the White House.
Politico reported on Thursday that Maggie Cordish, a close friend of the adviser to President Trump, left her role and that there are no plans to replace her.
A White House official confirmed the development to Politico, but pushed back against the idea that it means the White House's efforts to pass a paid family leave bill are fading.
Ivanka Trump, the president's eldest daughter, has made paid family leave a core focus in her role at the White House. In July 2017, she wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, stating that a national guaranteed paid-leave program is "an investment in America’s working families."