FILE PHOTO: Former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks came to a private interview in front of the House Judiciary Committee at the Capitol Building in Washington, USA, June 19, 2019. REUTERS / Aaron P. Bernstein
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hope Hicks, a close aide and former communications director of President Donald Trump, will return to the White House next month in two years to work closely with key advisers, Government officials said Thursday.
Hicks, who used to be Trump's campaign press secretary, will work closely with the president's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner and White House Political Director Brian Jack, a White House official. did not disclose the specific issues she would focus on.
She returned when Trump stepped up his re-election campaign in November. Hicks was the spokesperson for the 2016 Trump campaign and was one of the first hires for his presidential bid.
Hicks, one of Trump's most trusted assistants, served as the White House communications director until his resignation in February 2018 when she was appointed communications director at Fox.
In a statement, Fox praised Hicks for his work in setting up a program to help veterans, youth and unprotected communities and describe her as an important executive member. , when founding Fox Corporation, the company split from Fox's Twenty-First Century Merging with Walt Disney Co.
Hicks got caught up in an argument about the former …
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