Two top lawyers serving as senior aides to Vice President Mike Pence are leaving their posts after less than a year with the administration.

Pence’s chief counsel, Mark Paoletta, is joining the Office of Management and Budget as general counsel, while domestic policy adviser Daris Meeks will be returning to the private sector, according to CNN, which first reported the moves.

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