"Now the campaign is moving into phase two which will be more aggressive from a messaging and tactical standpoint and Matt is prepared to take that on," he said. Wiles said, "There's a strategy, and I think the campaign is in a good place." Asked if she would serve as an informal campaign advisor, Wiles said, "Once you resign you don't want to be in someone else's hair.'' She will be replaced by Huntsman's communications director, Matt David. The Washington Post first reported the story.