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Hope Hicks Returning to the White House

I’m not sure what her official job is. But I am pretty certain the main reason she is returning is because President Trump misses her, wants her back, and needs her.

And I’m not surprised. The White House is a hard place to work, but especially if the boss likes you, it’s an incredible experience.

According to the Washington Examiner:

Hope Hicks, President Trump’s former aide who followed him from the Trump Organization to the White House, is returning in a new role to work on projects led by Jared Kushner.

She left the administration two years ago and become chief communications officer at Fox, but her departure left a hole that insiders say was never filled by a president who places a high value on loyalty and the small circle of officials who were with him from the start his election campaign.

Her role will be counselor to the president and senior adviser, according to White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, who described Hicks, 31, as “one of the most talented and savvy individuals I have come across.”

Hicks had told confidants that she would only considering coming back to the White House once the various federal and congressional investigations into the president and his election campaign were complete.

4 thoughts on “Hope Hicks Returning to the White House”

  1. She got investigated while working for Trump, like many other$ that the left went after and apparently it was pretty rough. Like Flynn and others in Washington.

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