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Trump's Close Aide Hope Hicks Is White House Communications Director

RTTNews Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Hope Hicks, a former model and longtime member of President Donald Trump's communications team, has been appointed as White House Communications Director.
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Hope Hicks, a longtime aide of President Donald Trump, has been named Communications Director permanently. She has been serving interim communications director for the past few weeks. She replaces Anthony Scaramucci, who was removed from the job after only serving two weeks in July. 

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