Hope Hicks is Resigning from the White House
Hope Hicks, White House director of communication and prominent advisor to President Donald Trump, has resigned.
According to The New York Times, she said to colleagues in this position that she had achieved everything she wanted. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders confirmed the imminent departure of Hicks. She gave no reason. The divorcing director did not do that either. “I wish the President and his government the very best in leading our country,” was Hick’s statement that the White House brought out.
The former model (29) joined the Trump campaign team in 2016 without any political experience. After his inauguration as president, she grew into one of his closest confidants. Before that, she was employed as PR manager at the Trump Organization. “Hope is excellent and has done a great job over the past three years,” said Trump.
Hicks was interrogated on Tuesday by Congressmen who are investigating Russian interference with the US presidential election.
According to an initiate, she would have told the committee that campaign manager Paul Manafort would never have gotten that job if his background had been checked as well as with other employees. She also occasionally confessed to a lie to spread but added that it was never about essential matters.