Hope Hicks Named Full-Time WH Comm. Director

Violet Powell
September 13, 2017

Hope Hicks, 28, will have the interim tag dropped from her title as the White House's communications director.

Hicks took the job on what was an interim basis after the resignation of Anthony Scaramucci, who resigned just ten days after being tapped for the spot. She worked for Matthew Hiltzik's firm Hiltzik Strategies, based in NY, and she was assigned to the account of Ivanka Trump's fashion line.

Bloomberg first reported on the development in a story about the White House's plan to promote its tax reform push.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's press secretary Hope Hicks is pictured during a campaign event in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. October 29 2016.

Hicks was among the first to join Trump's presidential campaign, but it wasn't her first time getting to know the soon-to-be president. She has only tweeted three times. Her relationship with Trump started when she left Hiltzik, a NY public relations firm, to work for the Trump Organization.

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Hicks is the third White House communications director since Donald Trump took office in January.

Prior to joining the political elite, Hicks worked as a Ford model as a teenager. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the White House Press Secretary and Stephanie Grisham is the Communications Director for first lady Melania Trump.

Unlike some other senior White House aides she does not conduct television interviews and is keen to remain away from the camera.

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