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Hope Hicks to return to the White House as Trump girds for re-election

The Age Thursday, 13 February 2020
The former communication director's return comes as Donald Trump's advisers say the president has talked about recreating aspects of his first race.
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Hope Hicks to Return to White House as Senior Adviser In March 2018, Hicks left her role as White House communications director. Her decision came amidst a probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Russian election interference and obstruction of justice. Hicks met with Mueller's team multiple...

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Hope Hicks to return to the White House after nearly two-year absence

The former communication director's return comes as Donald Trump's advisers say the president has talked about recreating aspects of his first race.
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