Keith Schiller, director of the White House's Oval Office operations, is telling friends he plans to resign from his West Wing post by the end of September or early October, according to a report Friday evening.

Trump's longtime aide told three people over the past two weeks that his time at the White House is coming to a close due to financial reasons, CNN reported.

Schiller was present at a prayer ceremony that religious leaders held for Trump at the Oval Office Friday afternoon.

Schiller makes $165,000 per year, which is significantly lower than the $294,000 he earned working as the head of security for the Trump Organization, the Trump campaign, and managing KS Global Group security, according to White House disclosure forms.

Schiller's departure comes a month after former Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly was appointed as White House chief of staff and has reportedly begun creating more order in executive office operations.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Friday said the report was "not true."

Schiller has been by Trump's side since 1999. The then-NYPD detective started bodyguard work for Trump on the side to his full-time gig. He became Trump's head of security in 2005.

He was regularly spotted removing rowdy protesters from Trump's campaign rallies during the 2016 election season.

In June, the House Intelligence Committee announced plans to interview Schiller as part of its investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.

The committee also hopes to hear from former national security adviser Mike Flynn, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Trump's longtime friend Roger Stone. The four men have volunteered to testify before the committee.

Schiller hand-delivered the termination letter for former FBI Director James Comey at the agency's Washington headquarters in May. Schiller also traveled with Kushner and national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to Iraq in April.