Hope Hicks, a longtime member of President Donald Trump’s communications team, will assume the role of White House communications director on a permanent basis, a senior administration official confirmed Tuesday morning.
— Esmir Milavić (@EsmirMilavic) September 12, 2017
The 28-year-old Hicks was among the first members of Trump’s presidential campaign, joining it after working for the Trump Organization. She is the third White House communications director of Trump’s presidency, following Scaramucci, who held the job for less than two weeks, and Mike Dubke, who resigned last May.
Shocked to see all the feminists out there silent about having another woman high up in the White House! #HopeHicks
— Kelsey Harkness (@kelseyjharkness) September 12, 2017